Any idea who got canned?
Man, good thing I didn't try doing this quest already. Good thing a fix is in the pipeline.
Don't be so quick to blame QA in this situation. As a QA Tester I think it's funny and sometimes understandable that QA is the scapegoat in this situation. Bethesda could have an excellent QA team, however it's only up to QA to report issues, not fix them. Producers are usually the one to blame in these situations, as they tend to cover up all the huge issues, even with QA screaming at the top of their lungs to fix these issues. They are far more concerned with making deadlines th...
@Disagrees. Blow me.
Well now we know why Sony didn't go after them. That would have been bad news for them, if this ends up being true.
Can anyone agree that this issue might be getting a little bit better? It seemed a lot worse in 2008-2009, maybe that's wishful thinking though.
Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha . Right.
Sony can't wait for people to show them things can work, they need to do it themselves. Only way they can get back on their feet is to innovate. This is a good start IMO.
In reality it's not that great of a deal. They give you pretty crappy trade-in value for the games. $14 bucks for Dragon's Dogma? Psh lol.
An action game that has COMBAT!! OMG. Sooooo deep.
It could work, or break the survival horror element even more.
It's borderline broken depending on the system your playing on.
Nice, just wish the game wasn't so buggy.
Why would anyone buy them? They have bad assets right now. No company in this economy wants to take that on.
One of my favorite games this generation got universally panned; Viking: Battle for Asgard. Don't always read into reviews too much.
Loving this game.
Yeah, I was expecting maybe something a little bit different than SSB, but this is pretty much an exact copy. Very disappointed.
Sorry Crytek, but I'll pass on Crysis 3. If you want to support that, that's fine, but doesn't mean I have to support you.
Been waiting for that :D
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