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Submitted by mathsman 739d ago | news

Injustice: Gods Among Us Season Pass Detailed

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and DC Entertainment today announced a Season Pass for the upcoming DC Comics beat-‘em-up videogame, Injustice: Gods Among Us. Available for purchase at launch for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, the Injustice: Gods Among Us Season Pass grants purchasers access to four of the videogame’s upcoming downloadable characters for the price of three. (Injustice: Gods Among Us, PS3, Wii U, Xbox 360)

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MilkMan  +   739d ago
Ahh, getting this for the Wii U.
d0nT wOrrY  +   739d ago
The hell with season pass
SilentNegotiator  +   739d ago
A season pass for a beat em up....smh.
secretcode  +   739d ago
Sadly, as much as the concept outright sucks for a fighting game, it's nothing new. Especially for this studio. :(
delboy  +   739d ago
No buy confirmed.
Or wait for goty if it turns out to be a great game.

I'm not cheap, I have money, but I don't support unfinished or un complete game.
Never bought a DLC and never will.
pr0t0typeknuckles  +   739d ago
i agree,heck im 100% sure there will be a goty addition as well,especially since this game is published by warner bros who also published arkham city,and MK9 both of which i love but kind of felt i waited for.
Zha1tan  +   739d ago
Ah the state of modern day gaming were buying the game just is not enough anymore.....

Meanwhile developers like bohemia interactive give their game away for £20 allowing users to help make the game through an alpha invite.

And other devs sell great games like Natural Selection II for £20 on steam....sorry make that £10 as it is actually on sale.
Zha1tan  +   739d ago
two deluded people who obviously like committing economic suicide diagree and want to be nickel and dimed.
Lighter9  +   739d ago
That should read, "For of the price of FREE."
Tonester925  +   739d ago
People want more but don't want to pay for it.
Max-Zorin  +   739d ago
Whoever idea it was for season passes, DLC, and all that other nonsense need to be kicked in the head.
SDF Repellent  +   739d ago
"This business model was first seen in 2011, with L.A. Noire's "Rockstar Pass," which granted access to four new missions, two new outfits, and a "badge pursuit" challenge mode. The price for buying all of this content individually is $20, but the pass originally sold for $10 (a limited-time offer; the price was later raised to $12). Around that same time in 2011, MORTAL KOMBAT also offered a season pass for it's downloadable fighters."
http://www.giantbomb.com/dl...

Ironic enough, these guys were one of the first ones to established season pass.
Pro_TactX  +   739d ago
I suppose it is easy enough to demonize the companies for coming up with the concept, but truthfully the blame rests squarely with the consumers.

The consumer base accepted the DLC movement with open wallets. If we had not accepted DLC with our wallets, then DLC would not have proven profitable, and companies would have stopped providing it.

I can hardly blame the game companies for taking advantage of a profitable opportunity. The entire purpose of a business is to generate a profit by providing products and services.

Admit it, if you could get away with doing something that earned you more money, wouldn't you?
Grimhammer00  +   739d ago
It's tough. If a dev pours everything into a game and we love it....we want more! But indeed don't wanna pay.

But how do we as gamers know if the dev held back content that was finished and really should've been left on disc?

Or what about this - what if a game was designed with dlc already part of the process? I assure you that this option is now the standard. And I'm not really happy about it ...but it is acceptable.

I just think dlc is most of the time over priced. And maybe that's the real reason we all get miffed by dlc.

(Season pass is annoying. But online pass on a fighter or racer or fps is really just pure greed douchery. Games that traditionally should have online play now being monetized is douchy. )
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dazzrazz  +   739d ago
I rather wait for the so called GOTY and get all this shite for $40
NateCole  +   739d ago
Yes. Unless you are a super fan most will not go out and buy all this when release.

Publishers must understand the negative impact this sort of crap will have one their games at launch.

It will only push more people to buy it later.
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just-joe  +   739d ago
Wait for GOTY edition it is.

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