Originally Posted by ZealotKi11er
You are so wrong. Today getting the game out as soon as possible is more important then fully beta testing the game. You clearly have no idea of the bugs and problems most games come out today. If you an play 1 hour and get problems then clearly not much time was spend fixing. Here is the thing. They know about the problems. Fixing them takes time. Once the game is out its much easier for the masses to find bugs and dev ca fix the major stuff.
No, I am so right.
Games are still fully beta tested. 6 months +. They're not rushed.
I DO have an idea since, you know, I build studios and actually worth with the developers...I'm currently beta'ing about 15 games. 10 on the PC - 5 on the PS4. All will have 5-7 months of full beta before launch.
I really don't care what your opinion of the situation is because it's factually incorrect. Games still undergo very extensive betas and if bugs are missed, they're missed. That doesn't mean the game/product launched in a beta state. It is your opinion it did but, that's not a factually correct stance.
No, they also don't always know about the problems, especially on PC. - Good example is Batman - The PC studio told WB the game was "perfect" was it? Nope - Far from - Also wasn't released in Beta and by playing it in that state, you did not Beta it.
Sorry but, yeah man, in the future, state it as an opinion and not a fact because yeah...It's really not.
Originally Posted by Liranan
Demanding 60 USD for a game like Batman: Arkham Refund is also not justifiable but because it's corporate profits it's accepted but a farmers who saves up decades to get their kids into uni and buys them the lowest end machine they can is vilified because they can't afford to buy Windows, Photoshop or whatever program that is necessary.
When you going to a third world country to preach that these poor people should stop stealing because some poor billionaire is starving?
Companies like GMG also poach from those 3rd world nations, making it more difficult for those "starving kids" to actually buy the games at a fair value.
You know, the company that "vote with your wallet" supports even though it's entirely gray market.
Welcome to the world of double-standards.Edited by Masked - 2/14/16 at 10:26am