EA has released a game add-on pack for its recently released Skate 2. The pack costs 400 points and opens up all areas and skaters. Msxbox-World raises the issue that developers used to release cheat codes for free rather than charging for them.
I just threw up a little in my mouth witnessing dlc destroy games even more... god damn just have cheat codes lol
EA has no shame. And the 'gamers' who pay for it are no better.
You MILK the LAZY! Haha I am going to milk myself.
Well it has been an age old argument that not all gamers can finish games due to not having the time to spend hours playing. So I'm sure EA are using this angle to justify charging for what is effectively a cheat code to unlock stuff. So perhaps 'Lazy' is a little harsh, but then again gaming is a pastime that requires commitment.
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