Really stories like this just reinforce me pre-ordering stuff on Amazon or GMG, because they've never let me down once over the last few years, while the few times I've need Gamestop or Best Buy they've failed me 50% of the time on getting my game. » 11/22/14 9:21pm Yesterday 9:21pm

I'd honestly have to agree, because after looking through early Black Friday ads, the only doorbuster item I even want is a blu-ray of How to Train Your Dragon 2 for cheap at Best Buy, which I'm expecting someone else will match. The rest I can just order online, and have shipped to me for nothing, or maybe just have… » 11/19/14 3:58pm Wednesday 3:58pm

Fidelity wise it looks fairly nice, but in terms of art direction in this section of the game looks utterly bland and boring to me. You have some specs of fantastical creatures that look nice, mixed with generic trees and grass that lack the lushness of other fantasy games realistic-ish environments like the Witcher… » 11/17/14 8:55am 11/17/14 8:55am

I find it difficult to blame consumers, because you have so many different kinds of people demanding different things from games, and on the industry side breadth is easier to market than depth. As much as I see consumers asking for more hours, I see the largest audience for AAA games being the 18-35 year old that has… » 11/17/14 8:36am 11/17/14 8:36am