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What a rip off, when they initially announced DS2 it looked like the "remaster" but they gave us garbage and make you pay 20$ more to play the original quality
To be honest, I'm not so sure the remaster is even going to look as good as the slice they were presenting pre-release.
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To be honest, I'm not so sure the remaster is even going to look as good as the slice they were presenting pre-release.
Unless they at least redo the lightning completely it won't look even near that pre-release footage.
There are however some ENB's which can make the game look glorious (even if its completely different to what it is now)
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Maybe for, you know, $5 in 2 years time. I'm not in a hurry to pay more than that for an API and quality that was advertised, removed, but should have been there to begin with.
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Oh from, you had the chance to land in the same ranks as CDproject but you blew it.
No, i will not buy an upgraded version for the exact same system i already bought the game for.

That and some seriously broken animations keep me from buying the upgraded version - let alone playing the game anymore.

Getting grabbed by a mimic when you're behind it is lame. DS1 at least had rules which everything adhered to so as brutal as things got you always knew where you stood and you always knew it was your fault entirely for dying. I cannot make that same claim for DS2.

That being said if you're into games where you have to memorize a boss's specific moveset and even then, if you did everything perfectly you'll still die is your thing, you should pick DS2 up. It's not bad in terms of gameplay, its just infuriatingly inconsistent mechanics which does it disservice - which adds to the challenge.
Edited by DIYDeath - 3/28/15 at 8:50pm
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Eh... sucks for you guys I guess, but as someone who held off on buying it the first time around this is a great deal for me... at least a month or two post release when it is half price.
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DX12 $120. Coming soon! Watch out for that!

   
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Will companies ever stop finding different ways to charge us gamers? Seriously it's just getting ridiculous!

It used to be you purchased a game for 1 set price and that was it. Free patches and possibly expansions would come later. Then we moved on to paying a set price for a game that needed a free day 1 patch. Later it moved to paying a set price and then later having to pay more for a quality expansion. That was still acceptable though.

Now we pay a set price for a game and only get 3/4 of the content. If we want the final quarter of the game we must purchase day 1 DLC. Then of course small useless expansions which aren't near the quality they used to be yet still cost the same amount.

Oh no we're not done yet though. Now half of the time you can pay to beta test for these companies! You know the stuff that the companies used to do them self or actually pay someone else to do.

No reason to stop there guys, let's just throw out this crazy idea about how great our game that's in pre, pre, pre alpha (Basically it's just the next day after a has been dev woke up from a drunken stupor) and let people give us thousands and thousands of dollars to kick start it!

Oh and just when you think you're through now another company comes along and says "Hey guys it'd be great to play our game in DX11, now PAY US so you can do that!!"

Jesus H Christ on a bike the gaming industry just frustrates me way more then anything should.
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Will companies ever stop finding different ways to charge us gamers? Seriously it's just getting ridiculous!

It used to be you purchased a game for 1 set price and that was it. Free patches and possibly expansions would come later. Then we moved on to paying a set price for a game that needed a free day 1 patch. Later it moved to paying a set price and then later having to pay more for a quality expansion. That was still acceptable though.

Now we pay a set price for a game and only get 3/4 of the content. If we want the final quarter of the game we must purchase day 1 DLC. Then of course small useless expansions which aren't near the quality they used to be yet still cost the same amount.

Oh no we're not done yet though. Now half of the time you can pay to beta test for these companies! You know the stuff that the companies used to do them self or actually pay someone else to do.

No reason to stop there guys, let's just throw out this crazy idea about how great our game that's in pre, pre, pre alpha (Basically it's just the next day after a has been dev woke up from a drunken stupor) and let people give us thousands and thousands of dollars to kick start it!

Oh and just when you think you're through now another company comes along and says "Hey guys it'd be great to play our game in DX11, now PAY US so you can do that!!"

Jesus H Christ on a bike the gaming industry just frustrates me way more then anything should.

The gaming industry, like any other industry, will charge consumers as much as they are willing to pay.

In other words, if you don't want to pay $60 for video games, don't pay $60 for video games.
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