They should have at least advertized it as online only.
The way it was released, it's literally, undeniably, a $60 demo disc/online pass. I haven't played any game online, and I never plan on it. I bought this game thinking it was a finished product with years of work put into it, not something that would immediately require constant online updates and use of a social network.
Seriously, is there a way to get my money back?
I haven't played it in weeks because I don't think the game is "good" or "great" in any way aside from the non-action graphics and some of the voice acting. The controls for just about every type of vehicle are awful, there's no gore and the visible vehicle damage is retarded, and the "physics" of most of it is just horrible, and not at all fun to me. The list could, and has many times, gone on for pages, but the worst of it is how they clearly, deliberately, stripped it of stuff and ruined things/"made mistakes" in order to force people online/into their social network to "fix" them.
It's bullsh*t, and they're setting a terrible precedent for other companies.
If rockstar can get away with making billions or whatever it is on a demo disc, what do you think the shoddier companies are going to be doing from here on out?
not to meantion the f*cking dieing physics
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