Does anyone else find it annoying when you install a game (whether that would be on a mobile phone/PC/Xbox/Play station/Nintendo) and you want to get the really cool things or upgrade things in it, but the only way to do that is to fork out actual money to get it?
What happened to buying a game for around $20.00+ and have EVERYTHING included in it?
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Most Helpful Guy
These games are not quality games, so I know that feel.
It was simply monetized and I do not support such systems.
It all began with expansion packs. Then came the DLCs. Then came the micro transactions and pay2win.
Now we get only indie games, haha simulators and simply shitty games.
Which is why I like the old games not past the year 2007 and games from 1994!1
Most Helpful Girl
Depends on how you view it.
Value is a difficult thing to determine in the software world from a consumer standpoint... and it is usually the ends justify the means.
I personally don't care so long as you dont have to purchase additional items to be able to get the valure of the game. Anything offered above that it is reasonable to offer a market that sells additional things and let the gamer decide how they want to participate.
However, when you get to the point that you have to purchase additional items to be able to complete the game you paid full market price for, then that is where i would draw the line.
Saying that a game developer cannot offer additional game play, art, items, upgrades unless they are free places an unnecessary restriction around the market and will lead to lower quality offerings.
But, there absolutely must be the right balance nd people should vote with their wallets and offer feedback to the game devs when they step out of bounds because it is a practice that can be abused.1