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Old Jun 18, 2019, 10:12 PM   #529
Eisberg
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Originally Posted by Crawdaddy79 View Post
Amazingly, some people don't care about those things.

A mentality that seems to be common is to buy the game to find out about it, and if you don't like it, get a refund (e.g. you were hoping for a single player game and it's MP only, or vice-versa).

I'd normally blame millennials for cultivating/supporting basic, information-barren storefronts, but Eisberg is not quite a millennial.
I've quit using Steam reviews and forums to figure out if I want to buy a game like some years ago, I found other anonymous people's opinion when I really don't have a base line to understanding their likes and dislikes to not be very helpful at all. Though I have found some youtubers/twitchers by looking through their content to figure out their general likes and dislikes that I have found to be very helpful.
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