XBL is great but inferior to PSN when it comes to L4D DLC fiasco

GamerBlorge: When Valve revealed that the company would be releasing a DLC campaign right before the release of Left 4 Dead 2, many believed that it would be free. However, Valve has since confirmed that it will be free to only PC gamers and Xbox 360 owners will have to pay for it. Microsoft may want to rethink its strategy and make customer satisfaction a priority.

Just a few days ago I criticized Sony for ridiculously selling dynamic themes at an unbelievable price. It seems like its Microsoft's turn to be criticized for "cock" blocking Valve from releasing the latest Left 4 Dead DLC for free. Up until recently it wasn't clear if Microsoft was the responsible party for making Valve charge for its latest DLC.

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Sonyslave33052d ago (Edited 3052d ago )

This guy comparing Themes to DLC wtf.

gamesR4fun3052d ago

that is if yur a 360 only gamer cause anyone with a pc wouldnt have to pay the ms tax on every bit of dlc.

Saaking3052d ago

XBL should be free. Other than cross game chat you're not getting anything for the 50 bucks you pay compared to PSN.

Wiitactics3052d ago

And on top of the 50 dollars you pay for XBL you have advertisements everywhere! MS is making money from both ways.

Ron_Burgundy3052d ago

50$ for fail, Great Success for free! :P :P :P

KionicWarlord2223052d ago


I guess this was pretty bad on Ms part . When compared to pc ...this makes Ms look like the bad guys .

Pandamobile3052d ago (Edited 3052d ago )

Sucks to be a 360 L4D owner. I'll be enjoying my free content.

Synthetic473052d ago

You know you don't have to constantly come in here and tell us that 360 owners made the wrong choice, there is a PC section that you can stay in...

Pandamobile3052d ago (Edited 3052d ago )

You made the wrong choice. :-)

Synthetic473051d ago

I'll make sure your the first to know when I feel that way... Don't hold your breath... :-)

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