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RIP Ubisoft.



It's about time. I would only marginally miss their cringeworthy E3 shows, since they haven't made a decent game in years.
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Originally Posted by andrews2547 View Post

A spider shouldn't really take more than a minute or two to deal with, if it's something more serious like a broken toilet tank, alt+f4.

2 hours to test a game to see if it has any game breaking glitches is plenty. I've personally found game breaking glitches within 30 minutes of gameplay of most games that have them.
Things come up is the point, and occasionally a pause that was only supposed to be for a couple minutes can easily stretch beyond that (I wasn't aware that the toilet was broken, my wife was yelling for me in pretty much the same voice she uses for a spider). Strange as it may seem, I'd rather preserve my carpet from potential water damage than run back to the room and close a game to keep more accurate statistics and save a bit of electricity, and there are other times where things have come up that take my mind away from going back and quitting.

I heartily agree that 2 hours of actual gameplay is usually plenty to see if a game is not broken. The way to properly track that gameplay is unfortunately not perfect, and I'm not arguing that it's the fault of the creators, I'm just saying that things come up, and sometimes they can take you away from the game for an hour or more.
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