Lobbyist group Gamers’ Voice has hit back at Treyarch after the developer said Black Ops issues were ‘glitches’.
Treyarch community manager Josh Olin said of Black Ops: “The sheer number of people [playing] is staggering, and they hit buttons and they hit glitches and walls in such weird, strange ways that we could never predict or think of.”
Responding to Olin’s comments, Gamers’ Voice said: “We disagree that this is purely some odd texture glitch or unbalanced weapon damage, it is instead that parts of the game that simply does not function as intended for many gamers.”
“The over reliance on patching to fix errors which should have been addressed in development, even months after a games launch is becoming increasingly common. Mr Olin makes reference to launching six or seven patches since launch in November as evidence of good post release support; Gamers’ Voice sees this as evidence that gamers have been playing something with game breaking bugs and faults for three months.”

Paul Younger
Founder and Editor of PC Invasion. Founder of the world's first gaming cafe and Veteran PC gamer of over 22 years.

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