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#20187

OMG: Heard a rumour that Waterloo co-op students were at Ubisoft and may be a reason for Assassin's Creed issues. For shame UW.

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  1. It was just a rushed game because Ubisoft. It wasn't done development.

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  2. That's a pretty big rumour. Doubt you even got it from a reliable source

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  3. This wouldn't be the first time Ubisoft released a rushed game with several bugs. You can't blame UWaterloo students (or anybody in particular) aside from Ubisoft's decision making for that.

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  4. You're in uni, man. Correlation =/= causation and its pointless to speculate.

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  5. I seriously doubt that a coop student would be in a high enough position in the company to be responsible for the problems. Even if a coop student made the mistake(s) that caused the problems, it is ultimately up to the managers in QA to ensure that such issues don't make it to the customer.

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  6. Haha, oh man. I'm trying to envision a scenario where some executives decide to get the interns to develop the most vital parts of a product with hundreds of millions of dollars on the line and the resulting failure being the students' fault.

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  7. probably, considering the quality of work co-ops put out i would not be surprised.

    half the interns from uw are shit. 40% are alright. the 10% that shine are what you want to hire.

    good thing im the 10%, hire me faggots

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    1. 7 here. jk working at google, ty based god

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