Devinoch wrote on Jul 3, 2012, 18:29: Games are expensive to make. You know why you don't get patches? Because people didn't buy the game. If people don't buy the game, there's no money incoming to improve the game. It was easy to QA games in the Atari 2600 days. Now there's so much content in games, it's nearly impossible for anyone to have seen it all once, much less the 50-100 times it takes to properly QA it.
So what your saying is games publishers are selling FAULTY products and whether you get that product fixed or not depends on people buying that product?
If you can't see how wrong this business model is then you are lacking in active brain cells sir.