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  • Karmachaositgp
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    It has to be said but I've noticed a trend with video games last several years where most not all games are barely half-finished products that are bloated and stuffed with loot boxes or in game stores selling content that should have been in the game's day one. Even if a game does ok there covering their expenses plus some. On top of that it seems like the forums dictate whether or not a game gets continued support. Hold on that makes zero sense, why is it being left up to the whims of players who religiously post on forums or have you tube channels blah blah blah? Look at what happened to mass effect andromeda it was abandoned 3 months after release only with the trash mp support. Thats just an example. I get it takes a lot of hard work to make video games especially now a days but thats no excuse for releasing broken games like Valhalla with a predatory in game store full of over priced items day one the game comes out. That right there just proves all they care about is making as much as fast as possible in a barely functioning game. God forbid anyone talks negative about game too because it might cancel support for said game (not that what we get is actual support outside trash forced live service garbage in single player games) so players feel remorse and lie and say it's great (when it's really not) the whole system is a joke. Ubisoft and its most of its studios among Ea and there studious just don't get it anymore not that EA really ever did. Players want a complete game on release with maybe actual quality story dlc in future not highly predatory shallow cosmetic trash shoved in the bloated in game store every other week.

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