- 11 Jan 2007
You would have to be some sort of console peasant to spend that much on a game. I might have spent a few extra quid getting some dlc, usually tracks for racing games.
going to be a long wait for cyberpunk for you I wonder if they ever get around to fixing itI never pay any more than £15.00. Just be patient and wait for the GOTY version or deluxe version. Always done this and still have a large backlog of games still to play. Even then I still reply plenty of my old games. I wait for steam sales or other product key websites for deals.
Another advantage is a fully patched game rather than the mess you get on release date. Granted, you can't really wait for two long if you play MP games due to the servers eventually dying but I only play single player games.
10 years is probably a long time to wait for steam to drop the price though
Imagine paying the best part of 100 quid and getting BF2042....
Bit rich calling BF2042 "polished" in any way.Tripple AAA games are letting me down with their AAA price tags, BF2042 polished dog turd and Cyberpunk are two games thatI have bought which turned out to be over hyped and barely in alpha state. Im going to try and stick to idie games and not buy games on AAA on lauch anymore.
If someone uses playtime as the first metric for a games quality, it's immediately a red flag. I want a good time from a game, not a long time.I see that some people say that they get 100s of hours of gameplay from some games, yes you do get good value then but there is always a risk that you might not like the game and get bored after just few hours which is the case for me a lot of times. Also a lot of recent AAA games are not ready at release, better to wait for few months until the game gets patched and buy at some sale which get get a lot of all the time.
If someone uses playtime as the first metric for a games quality, it's immediately a red flag. I want a good time from a game, not a long time.
Doesn't have to be one or the other though, plenty of games I've put 300+ hours in to which hasn't been just 'time' but enjoyed and immersive.