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Op Ed

PCMag.com - After SimCity Debacle, a Gamers' Bill of Rights.
If companies like EA, Ubisoft, Square-Enix, Nintendo, and Capcom truly want to regain or keep the trust of gamers, they should consider this an outline for how to treat customers in the future.

This was loosely based on the Gamers' Bill of Rights website, which hasn't been updated in three years but still has an active forum.

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6. Re: Op Ed Mar 12, 2013, 23:18 NKD
 
The problem, jdreyer, is that EA and all these other companies are businesses. All they care is that you're buying their product. Only the developers who get their hands dirty actually care about the quality of the product. The decision makers only care if it sells. You have to actually make the product sell poorly by refusing to buy it before they'll even begin to look at forums and take them seriously. If sales are really good, they won't take your complaints seriously. Because you didn't prove you were serious by not buying the game.

But if we stop giving them our money, they have no choice but to do what we say to start getting it back.
 
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If you don't like where gaming is heading, stop giving your money to the people who are taking it in that direction.
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