Enough With The Broken Games | Power Up Gaming
We’ve all done this before: We target our most anticipated game several months down the line. We fill out a “Request Time Off” sheet with the date of the game’s release and hand it in to our boss. We line up outside our local games retailer for a midnight launch (or in this day and age, await the pre-download off the platform’s online marketplace). We then head back home prepping ourselves to an entire day’s worth of binge gaming. Now, imagine all of those prerequisites, only to find out that your game doesn't work as it should. Unfortunately, this sequence of events mimics many experiences following some of this season’s biggest titles, from Assassins Creed Unity’s frequently jarring and occasionally hilarious glitches, to Halo: The Master Chief Collection’s near catastrophic matchmaking issues, to Far Cry 4 and Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare’s online instability, to the continuous train wreck that is Driveclub. The last few