It took what seems like forever, but the Cold Stream DLC is finally available on Xbox 360 right now.
Funny people actually have to pay for it on console lol. Console gaming is expensive.
"published by Electronic Arts' haha
That's not accurate lol.
At least they got the developer right.
i dont see how anyone could even make that mistake
I believe EA is the retail distributor of Valves games.
They are, but not the publisher.
Took forever! I have been playing this on PC for a while now.
Will you be buying it on Xbox 360?
Lol why would he? It's free on pc!
Do you even have to ask if a PC gamer will buy an overpriced piece of DLC that he has already got for free? On top of that he probably spent around $5 to buy the game So essentially he is spending less to the buy the game, than Xbox 360 players are spending on a tiny piece of DLC? That just boggles my mind, in a good way though (as in it reinforces the argument that gaming on PC is cheaper.)
That's right. I bought L4D2 at the steam sale with all the maps for less than 1 Xbox DLC. Does this DLC include blood harvest and all the L4D1 maps ?
Not sure on that. I owned and played it on 360 a while back. Thanks to the Steam Summer Sale I got it for $5. This DLC took way too long IMO.
great.... release it when my interest has died, took too long!
Weird, for 50 cents more I not only got this cold stream dlc, but I also got left for dead 1 and 2. So, does Microsoft charge the $7 or is it valve?
It costs money to put DLC or even a demo on XBL or PSN. In this case Microsoft charges, but Valve and Microsoft make money off the sales.
I think putting a demo is free and in fact a requirement for XBLA.
Actually demo's cost money as well, anything that takes up bandwidth costs money.
All MS.. Bunch of criminals. Paying for online and advertising to be shoveled down my throat. Had enough
Sweet ill buy on 360 as i live in australia and imported a uncensord version of lfd2 if i buy it on steam here its censord.
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