I doubt I would have any interest in doing another playthrough.
El Pit wrote on Feb 5, 2013, 02:24:Considering how they have been pricing the WoW Xpacks, my guess is $40.
$20 for an expansion would be fair. But since it's Actiblizz...
Techie714 © wrote on Dec 9, 2012, 15:35:
REALLY want to get my hands on FC3 but I'm almost finished with Hitman:Absolution. Then I've already installed Dishonored for the next game.
P.S. Hitman is a game that can REALLY piss you off. This new scoring system SUCKS. But I will say the story is excellent & the graphics are really nice. 75% of the game is just snaking around guards & if you kill ANYONE besides the target you are penalized, get noticed penalized,dont hide a body in a container penalized, etc. etc. Then at the end of the mission they show you your score compared to others around the world/U.S. and basically it's like they are saying..."Oh you couldn't do any better?".......
Jerykk wrote on Nov 1, 2012, 12:28:My word exactly
Beamer wrote on Sep 11, 2012, 13:49:finga wrote on Sep 11, 2012, 13:45:
You know, it's not a problem on PC, but Gearbox might have a tough time on Xbox 360 with this DLC. As you probably know, Microsoft doesn't allow the user to download DLC content they don't own, even if it's content that's visual-only - to properly display players that DO own it. Additionally, title updates are not allowed to add significant amounts of game data. So what happens when a player using the Mechromancer joins the game of someone who doesn't own the DLC?
Are they going to have to separate players that do own DLC from those who do not? What happens when you want to join your friends and they don't have it? Sorry sir, they need to buy a thing just so they can properly see a couple of models (Gaige and Deathtrap) and skins?
Unless the Mechromancer textures and models are already on the disc (and it's the gameplay tweaking and skill point adjustments they've been working on the last few weeks)... but people will still likely complain about on-disc DLC, even if there's just no other real way to do it.
I think the textures and models are likely already included in the game files. And people who don't understand game development will freak out.
Mechromancer is almost definitely on the disc and therefore will be part of everyone's game.
It's not true DLC, it's day one DLC made to generate revenues from people buying used. Sure, you can buy used, but you need to pay the dev an additional $10 to get the full version you would have had if you bought new.