Also, it's not 39% of the people who bought the game; it's 39% of the people who wrote reviews. People who are disappointed or upset are more motivated to write a negative review than the people who are content and playing the game are motivated to write a positive review. I haven't written a review. Volunteer polls and reviews overemphasize extreme points of view; they're not statistically valid. Clearly there are issues with the game, and the reviews reflect that, but to say that half the people who bought the game don't like it is just plain false.