Games That Keep Costing

Koku Gamer writes: "As games have gotten more complex, they have opened endless doors of opportunity. Game developers have been grasping these opportunities for quite some time now. Now, not only do you pay money for a game but you also have the opportunity to spend money on plenty of various "things" to take you from having no life to having even less than no life. Many of us get sucked into this trend because we actually like it… to a degree. Let's see if you remember spending money on some of the following…"

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wwm0nkey3486d ago

If people buy it oh well. WoW and subscription based MMO's always end up costing more

Cinotix3486d ago

Man I put a lot of money into Oblivion, I'm glad I've moved on to Fallout 3 now.

Icemael3486d ago

Good article. I'm on the edge when it comes to DLC - sometimes it's great(Fallout 3, Burnout Paradise), but sometimes it's complete BS(Soul Calibur IV, Resident Evil 5).

Ziriux3486d ago

Agreed, I mean paying 400 MS points for Darth Vader, or PS3 owners paying $5 for Yoda, that's taking it a bit too far.

ajcadoo3486d ago

DLC is such a huge money maker it isn't even funny. Like the article.

Reibooi3486d ago

One game personally I could not stop buying DLC for was Disgaea 3. I have bought about 20$ worth of DLC characters and whatnot for the game and I don't regret any of it. The game is just so fun it's worth every penny adding all your old favorites from past NIS games is great. I loved the ability to get Prier from La Pucelle Tactics into my party and I would love for them to add even more.

NISA even seems to be releasing the DLC expansion staring Raspberryl in the US soon which I really can't wait for.

Ziriux3486d ago

Yea I always thought I was the crazy one that spent money on a game and it's DLC, but when I find it that I love a game, I'm willing to put extra money into it to get my full play out of it. Oblivion and Fallout 3 are those games I'm willing to spend $20 plus extra on.

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