Youre paying for their rental, thats enough isnt it, its a decent way to go about it, nothing wrong there. --- Democracy is when 2 wolves and a sheep meet to decide who is for dinner. Liberty is when the sheep has a gun.
#12El_ZaggyPosted 8/15/2013 6:29:03 AM
I buy rpgs.
But take for example Uncharted. Its a short game, no replay value really, a bit boring and forced touchscreen fights and actions. I would never have bought or played this game if it werent for ps+. I downloaded it, finished it, wasnt really satisfied (I just dont care about Uncharted or TLOU) and deleted it.
I dont think its bad but I tink twice about buying a vita game that could go free with ps+... and it certainly made me buy less games.
#13ChemicalBurritoPosted 8/15/2013 6:30:39 AM
You, essentially, are paying for your games.
This. Unless you've found some way to get PS+ for free. --- My game collection: http://chemicalburrito.com Now: Enjoying the summer ...
#14Infernus93Posted 8/15/2013 7:18:38 AM
Nah, I'm the same way, actually. I don't buy PS3 games anymore, either.
The rental thing doesn't bug me. I used to rent games for $5 to have them for two days. It also saves me the hassle of selling a game (at a loss) once I've beat it (which a year gives me more than enough time to do).
The return on investment is pretty fantastic. --- Bow down to a true Pokemon-Amiiie!