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Who else pre-Ordered VtM: Bloodlines 2?


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I admit my shame. I did it. With all the extras too. That's how much I wanted it. I'm so weak.



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After Fallout 4, I'll NEVER pre-order again, EVER.



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Bethesda is not like Paradox tho.



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I still won't pre-order any game, from now on, I wait, and read the USER reviews.

Besides, I'm waiting for Steam to announce that they're removing it from Steam because Epic Games has come along and made it an "Exclusive"
 



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That would suck big time.



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That would suck big time.

 

 

Considering they just snagged Outer Worlds, and Borderlands 3, I wouldn't doubt the same thing happens to VtM



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So what happens in that case?



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we wait for it to come to Steam. I also refuse to pre-order



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I'm starting to think I was too abstute for my own good!



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The thing is...
Getting burned by Pre-Orders isn't a new thing.
It's actually 'old news' now, and the general consensus is......don't pre-order

It happens every single time, and people swear they're never going to pre-order again, yet there are people out there who will pre-order every time because 'maybe this time, it will be different', and they get the same outcome.
The saying goes "The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results"

If pre-ordering was a 'good' thing, then Game Developers wouldn't have to entice their audience with special perks, gifts, items, xp points, and other nonsense to get people to commit to paying for a game that isn't even out yet.






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