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Submitted by ctate1995 636d ago | opinion piece

The Cost of Gaming

The way we pay for our games has drastically changed over the years from the game + expansion style of things to ditching the expansions and sequels in favor of adding on more and more downloadable content (DLC) to the game. And in some cases, games are now completely free! (Culture)

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