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Old 9th October 2005, 15:15   #1
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Truth be told, people are well aware of just how badly the electronic entertainment industry is behaving towards gamers and they don't need me to tell them. For those of you curious as to why this is happening more and more - the simple reason is because we are allowing it to happen. Only in the computer/gaming world do people accept the concept of purchasing half-finished products in the hopes that they'll be "fixed" at some point down the track. If you console gamers think you're safe, think again as online services for consoles will also tempt games companies to use the Release, Wait and Patch approach.

This brief article/editorial covers a practical approach to sending games companies the right message."

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