You know how lucky we usually are, well here's another perfect example to prove it. Two days ago, we were sent an Xbox One code for Red Dead Redemption 2 by Microsoft. We were hoping to launch it before the embargo would lift to have some HQ footage ready for yesterday, alas, the game was locked so we had to wait until midnight. Or so we thought. For some reason, the version we have will only be unlocked on October 29. From what we were told, it's a bug that touches all the batch of codes sent and we should receive a key to unlock the game tomorrow. Thankfully, our good friend CpRBe bought his own copy and he was able to quickly record the beginning of the adventure. That's all we have for now but we're very grateful that he sacrificed some of his precious time to prepare the footage instead of playing for himself as he had originally planned. Update : We've just received the unlock code.
@MrWhite: It's good free marketting for the game though. (2 Hours ago)
Basically, it was a hatchet job of a review, awarding it a 3/10. They realised they fucked up and pulled it sharpish. Damage was done, though. (2 Hours ago)
of course, he was talking bollocks. Had he played it for more than 5 minutes, or spent more than 2 looking in the options for the settings, he could have sorted everything out, but he's clearly inept (2 Hours ago)
Basically what Korn said, only he went further in saying you couldn't strafe, jump properly (or at all) and the pace of the game was gimped in favour of the VR mode. (2 Hours ago)
@asdfg: Some idiot freelancer they hired. Never heard of him in my puff, and seemed like he's not even an avid gamer, nevermind someone attuned to VR (2 Hours ago)
But everything they had issues with could be changed in the option menu. So they were just spreading misinformation. The review was pulled. (6 Hours ago)
@asdfg: they complained about a load of comfort modes in borderlands VR and reviewed the game poorly because of them. (6 Hours ago)