"In the case of Fallout: New Vegas, we made a gigantic game, and I’m proud with what we were able to do but I wish it wasn’t as glitchy when it came out," he told Play magazine. "The criticisms people had are fair but it’s difficult to get a game the size of New Vegas bug free. But that’s an excuse and it doesn’t matter when someone’s paid $60 for a game. It’s something we need to work on.
"We’ve been playing and playing and playing and playing to ensure it’s of a high standard."
Obsidian has become famous for its buggy games, although the glitches do not always stop a game being great -- New Vegas being a prime example. Here's hoping Dungeon Siege III is good, whether it has glitches or not.
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