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I miss the days of buying a game and being able to play it right away, now all these ridiculously big updates take forever to download. It's going to take like 20 hours minimum to download that, so I don't even get to play the damn game I just bought for another day lol. Don't get me wrong it's good that developers can update and patch games now days, I just wish the update sizes weren't so absurd. I can understand if I downloaded the game off PSN, but a physical copy that needs an additional 23gb in downloads? Yikes.
"The future I want is the one that I create for myself.......even if it costs me my own soul. "
On one hand, back in the day, a bad game was bad forever, if broken, glitchy, etc. Now? That can be fixed, to a degree.
On the other hand, we get unfinished games released like Assassin's Creed III, Mass Effect Andromeda and more, that are just so notoriously bad, and devs just think, "Meh, we'll release a $60 beta and fix it later."
But I still feel your pain. I've had BB for a few months, now, and was playing a bit last week with a friend, and then took a break. Fired it up today to play with them, only to find out I have a 20 hour download before I can play... lol. Same boat, different lake.
Most Hyped: Monster Hunter World, Destiny 2, Psychonauts 2, Super Mario Odyssey, DarkSiders 3 Currently Playing: MHXX, Dark Souls III, Pokemon Red, Shatterhand