I just sat through 20 freaking minutes of unskippable credits at the end of a video game. The person that decided not to include a skip button should be fired.
The people worked very hard making that game for you. Without them you would be stuck playing pong all day long. The least you can do is watch their names move slowly from the bottom of your screen to the top.
He spent 60+ dollars in the game, the people who made it have no reason to bitch when he decides not to read little names.
I don't want to look at the names of every single voice actor for every single language version of the game. I wouldn't have been bored/annoyed enough to post it if it would've only been the makers of the English version.
Why couldn't you just turn the console off?
Video games have an end?
First world problems
It's the end. It doesn't matter.
What if you want to play again?
Turn it off and start over.
Get up and do something for 20 minutes.
Maybe all I have is 20 min.
Before what? Godzilla destroys your city?
No, before voltorb does.
that is what they make a power button for. I watch the credits if it is something that may have a unique bonus at the end,like Halo.
There was an epilogue at the end, and believe me, it wasn't worth it.