I find it interesting that Bethesda gets a free pass for a passable looking title that is buggy as **** on release (that's yet to be seen, but I'd be shocked if it isn't considering their history) compared to other AAA developers. After all, this game is being released at a AAA price. You'd expect it to be a finished game, rather than a half arsed one with an ancient engine. It seems to me that people are happy to throw away credence for the sake of a potential developer toolkit release. Slop is fantastic because the community can fix it! People are also willing to overlook the fact Bethesda shat all over the lore and workings of the original Fallout titles, then ****ed over Obsidian for the sake of a 0.1 metacritic score. A score which was a good chunk higher than their own for Fallout 3, with a small deadline, a far better story, and was way more consistent to the original content.