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RolStoppable said:

Even after editing this sentence, it's still bad.

"I don't want broken games, but if they get fixed after launch, then it's okay if they launch in a broken state."

"Let me start by saying that I am not a sexist. I don't like it when women are oppressed by men... but if women need to be told where their place is, then I am in full support of that."

That is because the lack of option to be fair.

I prefer games at Day 1 being fully optimized and almost bug free but if a good game/ideia was released broken what I can wish is that the dev support it with patch to make it playable again.

Saying that the dev will most loose my money for that because instead to buy it at $60 I will buy it after patches at $40 or less.

PS. lol at the sexist comparision... humans are different from softwares... you can't patch a man or a woman (well maybe you can phisically lol)