How Do Video Game Publishers Continue To Get Away With Mistreating Their Customers?

Published June 19, 2015 by meredithwyatt1990

Everyone should read this article!!!

Consumerist

It’s E3 time: the annual video game conference — still, barely nominally, a trade show — is taking place this week in Los Angeles, drawing developers, publishers, and media from around the world to gawk at titles large and small. From Facebook games to Fallout, everything is on display… including the long history of the contentious, adversarial relationship between the companies that make the games and the consumers who play them.

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2 comments on “How Do Video Game Publishers Continue To Get Away With Mistreating Their Customers?

  • This is why I paid $50 in 2001 to chip my original XBox! I hate that I can’t just give some stuff to my nephew without paying almost the full dollar value to activate it. But like a drooling mid 40’s guy, bring on Star Wars Battlefield, take my money now…

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