Here's what I don't get about the SFxT dlc hate. You still would have had to pay for all that dlc even if it wasnt on the disc. It would have been the same price. So what's the difference? The delivery method.
Having it on disc is easier for everyone. The consumer gets a smaller download size and can play with people who don't buy the dlc without Capcom having to shell out more money, time, and effort into a compatibility patch/update. Capcom pays less to Sony overall.
The fans complained themselves into getting a worse dlc situation. From now on, no one will put dlc on disc. So enjoy your 1 gig+ download for something that could have been as fast as 100 kb. Oh and guess what you're paying? The same price! Now with longer download times! Oh, but it's not on the disc so that's all that matters right? No matter what inconvenience comes with that, as long as it's off-disc it's all good! And now if its multiplayer, the dev has to spend more money and time rolling out a patch for it that they shouldn't have had to. It's so backwards. I'll never understand.
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It's on the disk, it should be in the base game IMO. The price and the content it's self is fine by me.
It's like here have a four seat car, but you have to pay extra for those seat belts back there to be unlocked so they move and function properly, enjoy!
The thing is that really doesn't change anything, it wasn't ever going to be included with your initial purchase. People seem to think that CC and other company's are cutting content at the end of the dev cycle to make a quick buck, it doesn't work like that, if only because it would cripple company relationships with each other. The only thing it affects is how much game companies have to shell out to console companies and how much time and space you have to expend to get it, which could actually increase the price, especially in our current economy.
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