Devinoch wrote on Jul 3, 2012, 19:54: There has not been a "bug free" piece of software shipped in the last twenty years.
Or practically never. Almost every software has bugs. The amount of QA a piece of software needs to be bug free is astronomical. They made bug free auto pilot software for the Space Shuttle. For every hour of development, they spent three hours of QA. Imagine that. The full time QA staff was three times larger than the dev staff. Usually the ratio is the opposite of that: 1 QA per 3 devs.
"The worst of it all is i used to ENJOY getting excited for big titles like this, but these publishers just keep ruining my love for this wonderful hobby with their endless fuckery." - Sempai