Sometimes developers and publishers aren’t exactly truthful when it comes to telling us about their upcoming games. They might overhype what the experience will bring or exaggerate about the features and it’s not uncommon for critical information to be held back or taken out of context to suit marketing needs.
This is not a situation isolated within the gaming industry either. It is pretty much exactly how marketing works; you can’t expect trailers or adverts to tell you how mediocre a game is – instead they are always going to be shown in the absolute best light in order to grab your attention and get you lay down your cash.
Very occasionally though you will come across a company who cross the line; they are no longer simply embellishing the truth, but instead trying to purposely mislead you. | Read at WhatCulture