Just Ask Frankie
- Sep 18, 2008
But you only got those other ones for free if you got the game brand new.Legion said:As for the price tag. I don't mind it really, it's just a little weird that there are two free mission based ones but they charge for this. It's not a complaint as it's cheaper, it's just an odd way of doing things. Like taking a car in for repairs and having them change the tyres for free but asking you to pay for new windscreen wipers.
They were free...with the Cerberus Network.
If you got it used, you had to pay 1200 MS points in order to get in on the deal.
So those other DLC releases were more like a big 'thank you' for buying the game brand new, and directly supporting the developer. And I'm totally OK with that. I, personally, love Project $10, and Mass Effect 2's Cerberus Network has been great for those of us who bought it new.
And now that the 'thank you's have been made, they are now releasing DLC for everyone. Kasumi was great, I use her in the field a ton (Her fully upgraded punch to the back of the head is awesome), and I look forward to see what else they release! I don't mind these little pack releases.
Would I like a big one? With new romance options and places to explore? Heck yeah I would! But those things take time, and Bioware wants to keep people interested in the game. How to do that? Small DLC releases until the big ones. Makes sense to me! And it adds more to an already awesome game. And if I don't get these small releases...nothing is taken away! So either enjoy it, or ignore it!