Are you glad-io?
i mnot buying any FFXV dlc...i liked the core game but it felt kind of forced chopped for DLC purposes and annoyed me as hell ..i ll just wait for game of the year edition
It really did seem choppy story wise. The gameplay itself was fun, but I feel that too much was missing from the story.
I am so happy in time of sheeps fellowing any COD releases and DLCs, and praising nintendo for downgrading the games consoles, on other hand there is still smart gamers who really love their consoles and their games but not allowing any milking.
I would consider just purchasing the base game used because I purchase the game day one and put over 80 hours in the game and I've yet to complete all the side quest.
After completing the main story I'm okay with what I played I'm not sure I would waste any time waiting for more content because I'm not even sure if I would even like it in the first place I'm not purchasing any of this downloadable content I'm okay with what was given.
I went in expecting that. there's no way with a development cycle that long they were going to make a profit with just $60 a game. By no means is that the gamers' fault, just what I expected.
They made a profit on day one. On the day it released they already earned a profit. This is literally them using those profits to add more (granted that most of it should have been in the game at launch anyways)
I would've preferred an added open world map with new weapons and skills like it was for witcher and Fallout 4.and that's why I didn't get the season pass
I would've preferred not have wasted $60 on this game
I quite enjoyed this at the time of release tbh, but I've lost interest in it, especially when compared to Nioh Nier and Horizon
i would have prefered they kept the DLC in the game instead of remove it to make more money off of people
Is this DLC making any changes to the way party works ? Would be nice if they actually added Gladiolus, Prompto and Ignis as playable characters... Constantly issuing direct control over only Noctis is just... boring.
You play as each DLC's character.
Nah, I meant if you are able to play them outside the DLC in the main games.
Just with the Comrades DLC
What about games like witcher, horizon and Zelda?
That will be the final DLC
This might be my first season pass, if all character DLC includes a few hours that will mean 10 hours for $25. Fair in my opinion.
The Witcher 3 season pass was also $25 for 2 expansions. Roughly 10 hours for the first and significantly more. 25-40 hours for the second expansion. So that's roughly 40-50 hours for $25.
Tell me again how this $25 season pass is worth it if it's 10 hours for everything.
To be fair, you're comparing it to the best possible example of how DLC should be done. Cd Project Red are gods.
He didn't say it was the best example. Maybe witcher just didn't tickle his fancy, but final fantasy does. Both offer good bang for their buck in my eyes.
Has anyone else completely lost interest?
yep. The game just wasn't very good in my opinion. Wasn't rpg enough. Bit of a bummer really as i thought it was gonna be a massive rpg game. It wasn't. Deleted it already.
Hm. A bit short, but, (and I've ignored as much information as I can) if this opens up a new area afterwards, that the entire group can delve into (fetch quests, photo spots, a little town, post content - new dungeon?) then I don't mind.
But if this is literally only 2-3h of Gladio with a disjointed connection into the main game (which has its numerous storyline issues) then that's disappointing.
But, I won't judge it until I play it.
Oh, DLC Machine XV is starting to get underway. SquareEnix must be rubbing it's hands together in anxiety of all the cement heads out there that will throw them more money for 2-3 hour, throwaway, trash segments.
Hey nice. 2 of said cement heads showed up to vote. Nicely done.
ok thats all i needed to know ill pass on this untill all episodes are available.
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