Just out of curiosity, aren't these comments an indication that there is a known issue with the product?I want to know the specifics on this, too. The comments very much suggest one or more existing issues (significant ones) that will remain unfixed, so I'd really like to know what those issues are so I can decided whether or not to ever pick this game up.
If you're torn b/c you really like some of their games, then ONLY BUY THEM USED. The company won't see a dime from the sale.Technically, they've already seen the dime (and the rest), it just wasn't yours. Someone has to have bought the game in the first place for it to have become used, therefore they have all the money they wanted for the sale.
The only "EA" game I plan to purchase ever again is Spore, mostly because Mr Wright still seems to get free reign to design and polish good games.
And what about CD keys required for online play? How do you know the previous owner still isn't using it?
If you're torn b/c you really like some of their games, then ONLY BUY THEM USED. The company won't see a dime from the sale.
Shame on you EA. Millions of copies of that game sold, and you have the audacity to claim "We're just so very poor... we don't have any money for support. Woe is us."
ya a lawsuit. Anyone that ever uses the term lawsuit for something like this knows zero about law and has never been in a position of experience in regards to law.
So you're going to get a $350/hr lawyer and fight a billion dollar company? Didn't the OJ trial or Michael Jackson trials teach you anything?
money wins in court, not law, not righteousness, not justice.
Fear law, don't use it for defense because it will take every fucking dime you own and your soul.
While there was never a question of whether there should be support for the community, the issues were a matter of time and resources. Both of which were not available.