At least Korra was $15. I never bought the game, but it's at least a 6/10. The Ninja Turtles game was no excuse however. The Activision still shares a large portion of the blame. What's even more infuriating now, is that you pretty much have to buy this crappy game at a high price if you want it. Transformers Devastation is awesome, but Activision butted in by overcharging. The game was originally going to be $19.99, but when I saw how much effort Platinum put into it they decided to add another $30. I pre-ordered the game and did some trade-ins so I wouldn't have to spend as much. I thought it was worth the price, but it's still a scummy practice. I made sure to get my money's worth though. That game I am never giving up. I bought an Xbox One copy for my brother, so he can enjoy it without borrowing mine.It’s amazing that the people behind awesome games like Nier, Astral Chain and Bayonetta made two shitty licensed games. They made a lot of great games but had to make licensed crap to keep the lights on.
Just a reminder to you and everyone else, Nier: Automata saved Platinum from going bankrupt. So they were definitely going through some rough times. They still have their partnerships with Nintendo and Square Enix (I do want them to ditch Square Enix though), so they should be fine. Plus, Platinum self-publishes some of their own games now.