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EA doesnt delay a game. They rush it out half finished and finally get it working with patches a year later...but by then theyve already replaced with another game.
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Originally Posted by J3r3my View Post
EA doesnt delay a game. They rush it out half finished and finally get it working with patches a year later...but by then theyve already replaced with another game.
I c you have great faith in EA.
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