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6-17-2011 @ 2:03PM
@HalI do. For example, I just (a few months ago) discovered Fallout New Vegas (shows how much I attention I pay to gaming press). I really loved Fallout 3 and was all set to buy New Vegas...when I discovered that the game wasn't actually developed by Bethesda but Obsidian who had left a bad taste in my mouth with their buggy, unfinished, and all around bad KOTOR 2. So I downloaded it. I played it for a few hours and quit. It was too much of the same in terms of gameplay, the story felt really disjointed, the world wasn't nearly as enthralling as it was the first time, and the bugs were disheartening. So I uninstalled it and didn't buy it. (Not all bugs are dealbreakers for me. Evil Genius was buggy as hell, with a final mission objective that was unobtainable without using the console, but I bought it (and then again a few months ago) because the game was humorous, fantastic, fun, and full of replay value.)
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