NG: In an exclusive interview with Infinity Ward's Rob Bowling, it appears that Infinity Ward don't share the common view that 1200MSP is a bit pricey for three new maps, plus two old ones...
A worthwhile investment for Activision/Infinity Ward's wallet maybe.
Using the disc as a coaster for your beer is a better worthwhile investment for MW2. Just kidding... but not entirely. MW2 is a "good" game. The core gameplay exists and is addictive, and its fun when you aren't equivocating the title, but there are too many faulty changes, additions, hacks, and balancing issues to make up for it. When you factor in the insurmountable success of CoD4, MW2 falls far from the standard that MW1 set. Halo Reach is going to be the biggest MP GOTY and it will have IW look like the lazy, weak, disregarding, and inconsiderate developers that they are. I want Bungie to break IW in terms of integrity.
I've heard from a few friends that are actually excited about getting the old maps (though not for that price), and prefers them to the new MW2 maps. It makes me wonder why they aren't playing MW1 instead...
No thank you Mr. Bowling.
I'd be happy getting all the old maps for free, the new ones sucka my balls.
$15 for a map pack is absolutely absurd... Anyone who pays that amount of money for 3 new maps is retarded.
I'll pass on this, I have better games to spend my money on, paying 25% of the cost of the actual full game on a few maps just seems illogical to me, 1200 points, no wonder Bowling always has that smug smile on his face, [email protected]
I pray to god this Robert Bowling guy isn't a complete tool. When he quits I hope he comes out and says working at Infinity Ward was awful and that the fan base was correct the whole time and that Activision was run by greed and nothing more. Then my friend you were earn some respect......
the price fits with what was paid for the actual game and what you got for you money there. did you guys actually think it would be a bargain
Are you a nut house escapee?
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