At 10/16/12 11:16 PM, Sectus wrote:
Team Fortress 2 is a good note on this subject considering the bread and butter game is free, but it is filled with pay-to-win bonuses.
The only thing that's pay-to-win about Team Fortress 2 is that if you want to get an unusual hat yourself you have to buy keys.. And you can trade stuff to get both the keys and the unusual, so you don't ever have to pay anything.
It isn't pay-to-win at all.
At 10/16/12 11:22 PM, Lionelion wrote:
It should all be put within the original release, and if the creators want to release something new for it, it should be totally free
If they added every thing they possibly could then no open world game would come out ever. Rockstar's games and the new Fallout games have DLC done right. Full expansions.. and for Red Dead Redemption you don't even need the game to play undead nightmare.
I'm okay with DLC, as long as it isn't horse armour. I quite like that the original released game isn't necessarily the end result. After I play through the game and get tired of it they developers might add something that gets me back into playing the game again. What's wrong with that?
I'm against day 1 DLC and DLC that's already on the game disc when you get it. Even after they hit the deadline and stop making the game and begin making the DLC.. Why put it on the disc or release it on the day it comes out? Seriously, just wait a few weeks after the game comes out to release the DLC.