Best Buy Employee Harasses Customer for Purchasing The Last of Us: Remastered
Posted on Monday, July 28 @ 17:30:00 PST by Nicholas Tan
A Best Buy employee lambasted a customer who wished to pre-order The Last of Us: Remastered, according to PSXExtreme. Apparently, the employee "in a joking manner" accused him of the following:
The author believes that this "ridiculously stupid and offensive" comment is due to a knee-jerk reaction that reboots and remasters are obviously cash grabs and thus are bad by default. That's certainly true to a degree, but I suspect this employee might be a fanboy judging by Point B.
But really, the more people who play The Last of Us, the better. I don't care if it's the Remastered version or not, or if it's existing TLoS fans replaying it on PS4. Giving more money to GR's best game of 2013 is never a bad thing, What if the customer never played the original game before. And more importantly, what is a salesperson doing telling a customer not to buy something? At least recommend something that you would purchase instead.
The Last of Us: Remastered for PS4 releases tomorrow and should be available for download later tonight.
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