- Sep 18, 2008
depends on the DLC if its extra weapons for single player and gadgets like Deus Ex: Human Revolution hell yeah! but skins and nothing game altering then no..
That's one of my favorite DLC packs! Every time I look at the list, my brain breaks and I get a pretty decent WTFhigh.Crono1973 said:There is also that train simulation game on Steam with $1800 of DLC to point out.TheKasp said:Heh, Sims is one of the games with questionable DLC / expansion value since the next installment will come out without everything that was added in the 3rd installment and so forth. If people think that TF2 hats are overdone I just have to point them towards Sims 3. My TF2 hats are at least seen by the people I kill!Crono1973 said:My GF plays Sims 3, she has probably spent $500 on that one game...so far...expansions and DLC are still coming I am sure.
To complain rather a game is complete or incomplete seems more neurotic issue to me then talking about how much fun you'll have with a game. Halo 2's single player campaign was a complete game, Oblivion vanilla is an incomplete game, but in the end it sure as hell longer then Halo 2. Look at all the crap games on Xbox or PS3, now look at a game like Tales of Graces, even though I haven't purchased all the DLC for it the game is still better then Blades with no DLC.Crono1973 said:Exactly! When you see a long list of DLC (especially within months of release) you get the impression that you paid $60 for half a game because you realize that they purposely released the game with all that stuff missing. You ask yourself why they charged full price for it then and you realize you got scammed.
Final Fantasy XIII = $60 complete
Final Fantasy XIII-2 = $60 incomplete, probably $120 complete
Therefore, a game with an expansion pack is only half a game.Crono1973 said:TheKasp said:You can complete it without spending a load of money.
On Topic: No. I look at DLC when I'm through a game. And then I decide if I buy it. Have yet to come across any game where I got the feeling of an uncomplete game because of DLC.
...and yet by definition a game without all of it DLC is incomplete.