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None of their past business practices influence whether I'm going to buy their game in the future or not. Bethesda are not my friends. We aren't buddies, I'm not taking them out to drink; I'm just buying games from them. All of those acts would make me not want to interact with the people who make said decisions on a personal level, but it has no bearing on me because A. unless you're in the board room with them there's no possible way of actually know what transpired between the two parties since victory is written by the winners, and B. if a game is not interesting to me then I won't buy it; but I'm not going to deny myself an interesting game just because of some brand loyalty which is an absurd belief to begin with. Unless you're Jesus himself; you have some form of skeleton in your closet. There's no such thing as a company without them.
Just looks like business to me.