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Discussion in 'Video Games' started by The Hammer, Feb 7, 2017.
DLC has been around since the 90s lol it was called an expansion then dummy.
Shut up, Bukkake.
Well you asked for that one Bukkake
Well the handicap clearly can't remember when he was a kid that extra content existed. Should be outted for his meaningless ramblings.
Dosent even understand how the market works. Buys game at launch when he can't play it, cries 2 years later that it's cheaper with the expansions.
*Points out that I was sold an incomplete game.
dont worry guys, bukkake is used to taking it from all angles!
give him all you got!
Points out you knew the value proposition going in...
I have no issue paying full price for a game close to launch. I have an issue paying full price for an incomplete game.
Mortal Kombat X was $60. A year later, Mortal Kombat XL came out with all of the DLC included for the same price.
Gamers have literally no incentive to buy games at launch outside of impatience and online play. I rarely play online anymore and couldn't give a **** about waiting to play, considering I have a backlog of 30 games.
I'll just wait a year for the "complete edition" of games. If one doesn't come out, even better; it will be cheaper.
That's the way to do it.