CJ_Parker wrote on Feb 26, 2017, 20:34:
Dude... way to miss the whole point. I would absolutely be willing to pay more and buy closer to release IF:
Based upon your previous posts, I highly doubt this would be the case...but I'll bite..
- They would NOT develop half a dozen DLCs in the first place but actually ship a complete game on release.
Really none of the DLC was required for a complete story with any level of satisfaction (sans the free DLC they released to 'explain' the stupid ME3 ending). Even the Promethean DLC wasn't required to enjoy ME3, it enhanced it greatly and fleshed out that race. Truly though, it wasn't required to enjoy ME3 as a whole.
- They would only release expansion-type DLC (like classic retail expansions). See Witcher 3 Blood&Wine and Hearts of Stone.
They kinda did with the ones they released that were major story additions. Whenever they added a new character, they gave an hour or so set of missions to integrate them into the story...which is pretty par for the course for games well before Bioware started doing them.
- They actually made a decent game. This shit doesn't look like it. Way too casual and really shitty Frostshite artificial graphics with an amazingly low level of detail in the scenes shown so far. There also seems to be zero RPG left. It's obviously all about very simplistic (i.e. even more simple than before) pew-pew now so yawn.
So what you're saying is that you'd pay for a game that you would want to play, but since you have such a massive chip on your shoulder you're just going to disparage others for buying a game they feel they'd enjoy and want to play...
Of course, you can continue to sit there and spout of subjective complaints while trying to state them as alternative facts while the bulk of people here will continue to ridicule you for the delusional whacko you portray.