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Originally Posted by veatoWhat I would object to is someone gaining an advantage in a multiplayer game by purchasing expensive items - a system whereby you are rewarded for your bank balance and not your game skill is unfair.
Originally Posted by pimonserry
Also, I think the MW2 maps add-on is a massive rip-off.
Originally Posted by MraedisDLC should be priced to the equivalent it adds to the original game. Say a game cost £40 and has 40hrs of playtime, the DLC costs £10, then it should add around 10hrs of playtime, or boost the original game in such a manner that replaying it adds about 10hrs.
Originally Posted by rickysioDLC's that are obviously stuff cut out from the game just to have DLC's should cost $0.
DLC's that have been toiled on with love and labour should cost more than $0.
Originally Posted by Evildead666I remember buying the Horse Armour and both the Vipers lair, and the Mountain castle place in Oblivion.
IIRC it was only like $2 a piece anyways, which isn't that much.
Was a bit peeved when the extras were free on the KotN expansion pack, but I accepted it as part of the pack.
Anyone hear any news about Elder Scrolls V yet ?
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