If you enjoyed the Stimulus Package DLC despite of its hefty price, you might as well purchase the new Resurgence Map Pack that is now available on the Xbox 360.
Good price for the content.
So thats $90 for this game now right? $60+ $15+ $15= $90 for the 2 map packs. Good job dumbasses, you guys just proved that activision really could charge more than $60 for MW 2 if they wanted to.
Not to mention the game could use more time in the oven because it is full of glitches and hacks. Rushed game production along with gouging at our wallets is a business motto that the gaming industry should not tolerate..
I remember that pc updates would come with free map packs mostly but not always. i remember when battlefield 2142 had expansion you had to pay for and leaving it up to activision im sure they charge pc gamers for their money too
@Ikkokucrisis Steam is selling them for 15 dollars, so I don't think they're free.
not for me i only payed £22 on release at my local supermarket but yeh i will gameshare the map pack
i think around $110 here in vancouver...$69+$19+$19 even worse for the guys that bought prestige :S
money's worth. Think about it, let's say a 2 hour movie costs 10 bucks right? so 90 dollars would get you 18 hours of movie entertainment. And I know that the majority of MW2 players have logged in a few days on the multiplayer. We pay 60 dollars for short 10 hour campaigns (like God of War III, Alan Wake, Heavy Rain), so why are we complaining when we pay 60 dollars for more than one hundred hours of multiplayer action? I don't play MW2 anymore, but I certainly think you get your money's worth out of that title more than most other games out there.
Good price for the content aw that is priceless. I rather put that money towards another game
A working game ;)
@MattyF Where you just messing with are brains or where you serious!? For your own sake i hope you where joking lmao
I'm fairly sure (or hoping) that Matty is being sarcastic.
that's a terrible price! No wonder these companies think they are recession proof.
I'm in Vancouver too. The new maps are $3 each. That's like a bus ticket. Not that big of a deal people.
Idk, I think its expensive but whatever.
I agree it's expensive. Doubt I'll even buy it heh. For 800 i'm in but for 1200 for just three maps? No thank you IW
I agree it's expensive. Doubt I'll even buy it heh. For 800 i'm in but for 1200 for just three new and again 2 old maps? No thank you Activision.
what a rip off...
A lot of people like milk apparently World's most expensive milk, and it tastes like water The rrp was £5 higher, the dlc been higher than usual, because of everybody who paid these extortionate prices now every year there will be a price hike, an activation fee and subscription. Nomore COD online for me very soon.
be released for the same amount :@
there will be a dlc map pack every 2 months with 3 new maps lol. what a scam
Yup then their will be the super uber game of the year bundle for $59.99 again once their all relesed lol.
and the map packs will cost as much as a wii pretty soon. dont support these maps and none will come out
tell me bout it i mea if they are gonna keep milking the game and series wwhy dont they remove tactical insertion so people stop giving away kills so someone can get the ac130 like 5 times in a fight and win. why dont they make new weapons and include them in these lvl packs? why not add new camo's, maybe add visual equipment like new helms and skins to put on urself. how bout new emblems or something else with the rehashed stuff they sell? probably because then they wud have to actually work....
lmao aye i cant imagen the 2 IW staff that are left working, or in fact ever working, modern warefare 3 will be the same as mw2 only the campagin will be the other way around, starting with saving price at the start and ending with the training and theyll sell it for £70, and then u have to purchase the Multiplayer dlc which apparnlty will be to large to fit on a 50gb blu ray disk or a 9gb dvd and foir that u will need to donate ur left kidney, WHich unfortunaly ive already done to buy the stimulas map pack :(
yep, thats the sad part... still what can we do. as for me, it's a big fat No thank you. you keep your maps, I have better games to spend my 1200 points on. if you bought the game and paid the RRP for it and add the maps that would be £75... for the standard copy. most retailers sold it under the RRP for about £45 so that would make it £65 with all the maps.
Modern Warfare 2 DLC sells 2.5 million Modern Warfare 7 confirmed
lmao and do u know whats best about ur comment, its not an ecsaduration
Whats that song by "The Who"? "Won't get Fooled Again"
GTA IV DLC gave way more for its buck compared to this rip off.
Ha! I wont give activision my money game share is where its all at :)
ya I hate the price but the thing is Im going to buy this, its not the best game but its still fun to play, I usually only play SND though. I dont entirely mind spending that much for maps since I enjoy the game and the maps add more enjoyment to it
said he ain't buying that over-priced sh)t. LOL
People who buy this are just supporting other companies releasing map packs at stupid prices. Yet I bet the majority of people moaning about activision and fat boy kotick are still going to end up getting the map pack.
i love mw2 but to pay £40 for the game and then £12.99 each for the two map packs is expensive its the same with forza 3 i payed £55 for the game and they have released 5 download packs for 400ms points each with another coming soon which ill probably buy if this is the trend for games then i think i will be going back to my atari n megadrive i think ill probably hav more fun
Keep buying this DLC you dumb sheep. Just going to show Activi$ion they can keep charging for old content. Oh, but there's THREE new maps! Oh mah gawd!
stop supporting this guys i don't care what you play it on or if your friends have the pack. stop your friends, stop yourself, stop crap games, stop scamming, stop activision
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