Maybe people keep buying their games because
A) they’re amazing
B) the amount of jank and bugs and glitches is completely different from person to person
I’ve read nothing but horror stories about how buggy Skyrim was on PS3. I got the platinum and outside of a couple hard crashes early in the game, never had any bad issues. Same with Fallout 3. And New Vegas. And 4.
There’s no need to be confused or bitter that people buy their games despite the technical issues, the issues simply aren’t the same for everyone.
I'm not bitter, more amazed at how people can get scammed again and again by a developer who clearly doesn't care at all about the quality they give to their customers. And the customers keep asking for more and congratulating them... I played Oblivion for maybe 10 hours, found it boring and never had any more interest in their games, but it's still interesting to see how the market behaves around them.
If EA or Ubisoft released something like Fallout 76, there would be an uproar and calls to boycott. But nope, it's Bethesda, so even "hard crash" is considered normal.... Impressive! I hope to work in a company like that some day, to not have to care about if the result of your work is actually working must be very comfy :D I kinda admire Todd for being able to sell stuff like this, when Blizzard gets killed online for a mobile game!
EDIT: I realize that it can seem bitter when you read my comment, but seriously, I'm only taking that as a running joke, just curious to see what will be the next step! I'm sure they can go further! :DLast edited by Faelco - on 17 November 2018