im not a gamer but it sounds like the hike is do to them wanting more money hopefully the cash will make them make better games but i doubt that will happen
This is getting a bit outrageous. I miss the days of 20-30$ games brand new. It's getting to the point where you will need to take out a loan to buy games lol
Worst company title cemented
Just imagine if not for the success of one title, they wouldn't have something to milk for 10 years and they would have went under like so many better companies before them. A price hike in one region for no apparent reason, other then a plot Mr. Krabs would come up with, seems like a ridiculous ploy for putting some frosty peaks on their mountain of cheap money.
I was thinking the whole time "how are they going to compete with CoD, then?" Then you said they were selling at the price in in U.K. I think I'll be sticking to PC where games go on sale more.
But why only U.K? That is the question
That happens now because my friend these 2 companies are money bitching whores : )
Yes they are lol.
that worst company title does that apply in the US or cover the entire company as a whole no matter the country?cause yeah this pretty much seals the deal. They just dont learn do they.
I remember when I was in the UK, I never paid more than 35 for a brand new day one release. Competition is much more fierce there.
Its just plain greed! I wouldn't mind 60-70$ if that meant all free DLC for the games life cycle. But its really starting to tick me off that its 60 for the game and another 50 for a season pass. now they are going to start charging more for the base version? When is it going to stop?
Wouldn't mind to pay that kind of money for a game without DLCs if the game is good :)
I'm curious why they would try to initiate the price raise in the UK and nowhere else. It's clearly ridiculous.
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