What people are saying about "Customer Is Always Right"
Customer Is Always Right
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Bob
about 8 years ago
DLC is a problem when it's first day DLC or stuff that's already on the disc, or just developers being greedy. And bugs that are inexcusable are inexcusable.

Also, nice hair.
CosmicKirby
about 8 years ago
@flufflyneko-san
What if I absolutely hate avocado and the burger that I had rightful ownership of was changed without my consent? The problem here is that I didn't sign an EULA for the burger, but I did for WoW and TF2. Politics is stupid.
Josh
about 8 years ago
Reminds me of the penny arcade comic.

http://www.penny-arcade.com/comic/2008/2/25/

The World of Warcraft forums are notorious for this. People get intensely irate about the littlest things, and they complain extensively. Sometimes they threaten to quit playing.. but they usually don't.
flufflyneko-san
about 8 years ago
@CosmicKirby: and if they did, would you...STOP EATING IT?
Zan
about 8 years ago
Goofy ha- I see what you did there.
Alfonso Gundy
about 8 years ago
Love this one so much its embarrassing.
Crimson
about 8 years ago
Funny enough, I know people who do this at restaurants.
Ze Spy
about 8 years ago
Purple tentacle certainly doesn't want to take over the world anymore.
Peff
about 8 years ago
http://notalwaysright.com/
???
about 8 years ago
@G-O: He's in Brazil tho. Brazil gets cold......?
EMP
about 8 years ago
@pong: That mug should sue that lady then.
Wilhelm the destroyer
about 8 years ago
Never mind the short line of pickles, his burger is freaking purple.
CosmicKirby
about 8 years ago
I think the point Jo is missing is, a burger joint has never gone up to your burger and swapped out your bacon for avocado as you're eating it.
pong
about 8 years ago
When I worked in fast food I had a woman throw a glass mug at the drive through window because she said she didn't get enough cheese.
The Sane One
about 8 years ago
@Discrider: No, it's about how people overreact at the most insignificant things, state that they are never going to play the game, but still do.
flufflyneko-san
about 8 years ago
@Discrider: except you can take a burger back and get it remade to order if you aren't too chummy to start eating it. But the analogy is spot on if you think of it this way: if you know what you want, you can easily tell if you got what you wanted if you just check first.
DK
about 8 years ago
Customers are ungrateful and entitled bastards... being a CSR thought me that.
Elia Moroes
about 8 years ago
After a quick look-around on TV Tropes, I've started to dislike a large slice of the gaming community
Gamesman
about 8 years ago
Have had customers try to get refunds after eating or drinking 75% to 95% of the product.
Discrider
about 8 years ago
I'm not entirely sure what the comic is getting at, but if it's about complaining about things we get for free, then I agree that this is silly. However, if he found his burger laden with hot sauce, which like unbalanced weapons ruin the flavour of the whole burger, then I'd complain to.
Sefam
about 8 years ago
TF2 isn't too bad in that regard, but the drop system pushes you in the shop's direction since getting everything is so long. Sure, you don't need everything, but versability is a huge weapon in terms of balance.
Want Milkman Scout with more survivability? Pay up or wait for 3 months(collect shit)
Sefam
about 8 years ago
Fries to a burger are different as a new weapon to a game. The fries don't ruin the experience of eating the burger. A $ exclusive gun that is stronger than the others will ruin the experience of those who don't pay the full price.
Sefam
about 8 years ago
I think this is a somewhat stupid comparison towards microtransactions. Yet I see it often used by pro-microtransaction persons.
Chris
about 8 years ago
As somebody who works at a gamer-oriented tavern, this is a perfectly accurate representation of some of our clientele.
Someone Random
about 8 years ago
Keep in mind though, that's a $60 burger, plus fries.
brian
about 8 years ago
puh lease, i would kill for at least one pickle!
Danda
about 8 years ago
For a second there, I thought he was talking about the BF3 Day 1 DLC.
Chewie
about 8 years ago
A friend of mine got this video of some F2P people. Thought you all would like it. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BqL897JQBSA
HeliaXDemoN
about 8 years ago
Customer sucks, they like the generic and when nthe ew have a thing that they don't like, they do it.
G-O
about 8 years ago
Wait, too COLD to rant?! Oh right, Southern Hemisphere.
Gamer
about 8 years ago
Seriously ,only 2 pickles?!
Cirno
about 8 years ago
Yep, you can say that modern games = fast food. Good looking, cheap (in terms of quality) and always fullfil your expectations (being crappy). Thus home made food (indie) >> fast food.


p.s. The Pirate Burger Bay, yesss.
Huh
about 8 years ago
I think you could create an ENTIRE WEBCOMIC based around a guy that complains in real life like he does in forums.
 Platypus
about 8 years ago
Well he did already pay for that burger. Starving children, deforestation, green house gasses, and all. May as well eat the most of it.
Altik
about 8 years ago
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PgIShXhX6Yo
Cyclops
about 8 years ago
Calling it now, next item to be released is a tiny pocket Jo in case the mercenaries ever run into ladies in need of raping.
about 8 years ago
5th, also The arms on Engy-tan look odd.
Chaingrower
about 8 years ago
Hmm... it appears someone visited SPUF....
ouroboros
about 8 years ago
I often wonder who are these people instigated enough to draw web comics in reaction to people who complain in gaming forums
GOD
about 8 years ago
I like how those two are slowly starting to become the stars of the comic.
lolz
about 8 years ago
its always polite to finish what you started before starting a complaint
Cyclone Duke
about 8 years ago
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WJq4jWSQNd8