Dear Bethesda, I'll be happy to steal your game...
Dear Bethesda Softworks,
We here at TrustyGamer pay for all of the games we review, but we use the internet to determine which games are worth reviewing. Your game Rogue Warrior looked like it might be something worthy of taking a deeper look at, so I visited your website. I was presented with a nice splash screen asking me where I was from. After I chose my country, it then asked me for my age. We already know these types of checks are complete bullshit, but I went ahead and put in my age anyway. Unfortunately, I fucked up on the date entry, and as I attempted to correct the error of my ways, I must have somehow submitted it.
No big deal, right? Wrong. You dropped a cookie on my browser and barred me from visiting your game's website (and banning any future visits as well, I've found out), and now you present me with this lovely image:
I know, I know... just delete my cookies and try again, right? Well, you know what? I don't feel like jumping through hoops just to see some screenshots of fake blood. It's the principle of it all. Or maybe I'm just stubborn. Either way, this annoying practice needs to stop. At this point, I'd rather pirate your game first to see if it is worth buying - it's easier to do that than to find the right cookie and delete it. Yes, this shit is that annoying.
Thanks for ruining a perfectly good afternoon.