i loved that game, despite all it's initial bugs.
Yes, that would be because of this:
launching a playtester program open to those 18 years or older
We'll stop having such buggy games when companies that don't want to spend money (or don't have money to spend) stop bringing in pimply teenagers for free to do "playtesting" instead of hiring a staff of quality assurance professionals to do "actual testing." You know, people who actually know how to do the job
But that won't happen. Not as long as "faster, cheaper, crappier" is the ruling paradigm.This comment was edited on Jun 17, 10:45.