Originally Posted by confoosious
Yes it is unreasonable. You know why? Cause everyone is different. What appealed to you last month might not appeal to someone who is psyched about this month.
You expect to be a focus group of one. That's not possible. Also CAG isn't the entire game buying universe.
Do you think that I think everyone who buys games in the world is a CAG? I hope not.
So you do not think they can offer more "blanket" deals that cover wide swaths of stock? Maybe some coupons for used games, more for digital titles, a percentage off accesories... and that is me just thinking off the top of my head. I think they can. I guess we will have to agree to disagree. I hope I'm not offending you by suggesting they could have better deals, I don't want you to take my thoughts on the deals personally.
Edit: I don't think I should have to say this, but I don't mean a 100 percent satisfaction rate among 100 percent of subscribers. I mean working towards that and trying their best to get as close to that each month a they can. A 100 percent satisfaction rate among 75 percent of subscribers would be better to me than a 50 percent satisfaction rate among 100 percent of subscribers, and I think this is something they can reasonably acheive by keeping an ear to the ground with sites like ours and gamers in general through things like surveys of purchase trend charts, or whatever else.
As far as mentioning CAG, I was talking about the deals in relation to CAG and how the average user here would percieve a CoD sale, when I assume most people here probably already own the games they want to own. I do think however that even outside of this site the majority of people who want a CoD title have probably already gotten it, and a lot of those within the first 3 months whatever title was out. In regards to my last paragraph, it is my personal opinion that instead of trying to appeal to a comparably small amount of people (those who don't have the CoD titles listed, whose hurdle was waiting for the price to go down, who are also GCU members), they could easily cover a more broad spectrum to please more people.