Originally Posted by EYEL1NER
I get that someone should know that they are buying damaged goods, but these are used games from a rental service. It should be a given that there might be minor scratches on a disc. And I would certainly call scratches 'damage.'
I don't really have a problem with people talking about the chips though. It's the "ZOMG GameFly is the worst! All their games are chipped!" reactions that people have that irritate me.
You're buying a used game. If you don't want chips or pitting on your disc, that's okay. Send it back. But if you are expecting a flawless perfect disc, go buy it new.
I wonder what some of the people who are very vocal about it would say after buying some used games from GameStop...
Well, scratches and used games kind of go hand in hand. Chips, though, are a different story. Honestly, I've never heard of another game seller sending out chipped discs. Ever. That's where the issue lies.
As for people saying GameFly is worst and all, I really haven't seen that. Not in a long time at least. More of the complaining is people screaming in all caps to stop talking about the chips. Complaining about complaining?