Originally Posted by Artev
i'll include a #wowyoursarcasmmeterisincrediblybrokenyoushouldgetitfixed
Originally Posted by chargerz919
Time vs Money is really what it comes down to.
I put about $1,500 into WoW over my 6 years of playing it before I quit last year. This seems like a lot of money, but I put over 15,000 hours into the game.
I will put a few hundred hours into Titanfall. $85 is so worth it. I will also be getting $20 off the next game I buy because of where I preordered it.
Well, that's just it.
Modern games give more content $ for $ than they ever have.
Look at Battlefield 3. Still played to this day. I racked up over 600 hours of unique user experiences.
Show me a game from 1996 that gave you 600 hours of unique gameplay? -- There aren't any.
Skyrim -- 100s of hours of completion and unique gameplay - Show me a game from 1996 that gave you over 100 hours of gameplay? There aren't any.
The reality is that the quality of the DLC is based on the studio. Clearly EA's have failed but, this is neither an EA product nor an EA PRICED product. This is a product of the studio.
Should you wait for a review to buy the game? Probably but, a smart investor always has.
So TLDR: The price of the game/dlc really isn't a legitimate discussion because games were more expensive 20 years ago, than they are now.