S.T.A.L.K.E.R community goes on strike

The German S.T.A.L.K.E.R community has decided to go on strike due to the lack of support from publisher THQ.

They've released a statement on their website which reads; "Five years ago we founded today's leading S.T.A.L.K.E.R. fansite, in the time span of just a few weeks we accomplished to create an intensive with the developer GSC Game World and provided recent news firsthand - but to this day, THQ US has not been able to arrange a working and optimal patch policy for both sides."

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Macdory4201d ago

THQ doing their usual trick ... refused to buy Stalker after the way they have just abandoned Titan Quest ... I will never buy another one of their games again ... no point putting good money after bad, no matter how good the potential of the game ...

VirusE4200d ago (Edited 4200d ago )

This is sad, stalker is a sweet game it deserves better thant this.

Lumbo4200d ago

THQ and JoWood aare on my personal "never ever buy any game they release" list. Toi many times each company f*cked customers by premature releases of alpha level software. Anyone still remember "Soldner" ? game released, and a day after goint to the shops it needed a 600MB sized patch cause it crashed all the time. It shipped on CD, so they could have shipped a new CD instead. Even after multiple patches the game was not stable enough to play for longer than 20 minutes. Or Gothic3 ... one huge bugfest.

No, thank you, but i won't throw good hard earned money after the bad i threw at the former THQ and JoWood products.