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EA, e3 for best example

Mari Shishido writes:

It’s hard to say when EA was at its lowest point this year. When it launched a campaign to make people who didn’t like Mass Effect 3 look like homophobes, or how they treated every customer like a cheap way to grab money. Their never ending pay for DLC has been almost tolerable until they started leaving out actual main story points of Mass Effect 3 for post release paid DLC. It was not just leaving out an ending, it was leaving out things that gave context to the entire game. Additionally, some may say they pretty much stole money by marketing Battlefield 3 Premium for 20 dollars cheaper than what they actually charged for. Many gamers found a dollar amount missing from their bank accounts that was much different than what they were told they were paying.

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Gaming for as long as my memory serves me, probably longer.

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