With day one games being pretty expensive, what is the benefit of day one purchases versus just waiting a bit. Click here and find out.
Every EA game
+ Ubisoft and Activision
Why is RDR 2 in the thumbnail? it has more worthwhile content than 95% of games out there from this generation, go fly a kite
That's why I didn't even click the article. It's obvious being used as bait.
I was about to ask the same thing.
Maybe the author want to illustrate that RDR2 is one of the few games out there that worth the price.
I buy 2 to 3 games a year at launch with a new price tag, But mostly I wait for sales. (Digital or physical copy.) But RDR 2 is definitely worth $59.99, I actually got the ultimate edition $99.99. Was it worth $99.99 for the extras??, Prolly not, But we'll see when online hits.
GTA5 was selling at $60 for years. Assuming this will as well. I found an awesome deal,bought the xbox One S bundle with NBA 2k19 for 300. Then they had a deal to get 100 off if I bought RDR2 with it. So RDR2 gave me a net profit of $40 + a $10 gift card + 3 months of Xbox Streaming Service. First time owning an Xbox, wish me luck everyone. Needed a new interface after owning a Playstation for 15 years.
Noob Gamer logic: Buy Brand New full price game full of bugs and broken up content to support billion dollar developer. Chad Gamer Logic: Buy game on sale with all the content and fully optimized for optimal experience. Gives zero F's if publisher goes under.
I nearly always wait. Didn't with RDR2.
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