Ferdinand wrote:Bioware's been doing this for what, five games now?
And now it's a problem?
So whenever I see sudden rage at this, all I can read out of it is: "Back then it was ok, but now that it may contain stuff I might wanna see it's wrong."
There was a time to raise a voice and complain and boycott. Unfortunately it was five years ago.
Talvin wrote:Want it.. Pay for it, do not want it.. Do not pay for it.
Clearly people buy it, otherwise they would not make it. So...
Sure it feels like a slap in the face... But only because it is not affordable or not worth it, so why remove the fun for those who think it is affordable/worth it?
I bought all dlc for Me2 and none for Da2... i have no complaints over the day 1 dlc. I understand that there is first class and economy class... Which one to choose?
I am still fighting with if I should buy it.
Zidders wrote:Either the dlc is minor content, in which case it's disrespectful of your own story if you build up the focus of that content and make it an extremely important part of the plot and then use it as minor content...or, it's treated right-as a major part of the story-in which case it proves that they're being manipulative. I seriously can't believe a company that used to respect its fans SO much has gotten to this point. Screw EA for what they're doing to Biowares' legacy. They've ruined so many of my favorite studios, it's not funny. I still can't forgive them for what they did to Westwood.
amb2010 wrote:Fast reply but I could not resist the urge: If the DLC is important it's the equivalent of buying that suit but having one pant leg missing
Whether we have a choice in the matter does not make it alright to do. You have the choice to either be robbed, or to resist. Does not resisting immediately make it not a crime? No it most certainly does not. This is a question of whether this business decision is "proper" and respectful to the consumers. Some people think it isn't some think it is, you are right in that. You however can't say people don't have a right to call injustice when you are also saying it's not right to say people can't say it's justifiable: that's not how opinions work.
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