Paying $59.99 for online only games

#1jayoheazyPosted 12/10/2013 9:32:40 PM
Do you mind paying full price for a game that is online only? - Results (267 votes)
Yes - If I pay full price I want a single player campaign as well (offline)
70.04% (187 votes)
No - I don't mind as I don't care much for SP anyway
29.96% (80 votes)
This poll is now closed.
After recently finding out that Titanfall will be online only (ZOMG what a noob!) I was wondering what other people thought about paying full price for games. Granted that Titanfall will have an online co-op campaign, it will not have the usual offline/go at your own pace SP apparently.

Personally, I like single player campaigns because for me part of the video game experience is the story arc and progression (ie: drama). Granted not all shooters have great campaigns, I still like to immerse myself in the universe in which the game takes place. If this is not included that is fine, but $39.99 seems more reasonable.

#2Eamon696Posted 12/10/2013 9:35:21 PM
I pay 59.99 for Single player only games, and I would pay 59.99 for a Multiplayer only game.

The more important factor in my purchase decision, is if the game is good or not.
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#3bessy67Posted 12/10/2013 9:37:10 PM
I buy Battlefield and CoD and never touch the campaigns, so to me it's no different.
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#4RawringAirPosted 12/10/2013 9:39:09 PM
i pay more for world of warcraft and thats an online only game
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#5jayoheazy(Topic Creator)Posted 12/10/2013 9:44:39 PM
Eamon696 posted...
I pay 59.99 for Single player only games, and I would pay 59.99 for a Multiplayer only game.

The more important factor in my purchase decision, is if the game is good or not.

Indeed, regardless of price/content one must always consider whether the game is good or not.
#6ImThe8thWonderPosted 12/10/2013 9:47:02 PM
Of course. I don't understand how some people have a problem with that. If you're looking for the online experience, which games like Titanfall are primarily online, then why have a SP? Why waste time and budget money on a terrible SP that nobody will like when you could just invest even more into the MP? If online play isn't your thing, then you're after the wrong game.
#7Jedi454Posted 12/10/2013 9:47:04 PM
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#8jayoheazy(Topic Creator)Posted 12/10/2013 9:51:26 PM
Jedi454 posted...
Troll thread #109199191

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It's not a troll thread as there is no bashing or bias enclosed. Simple yes or no
#9CyberneticRatPosted 12/10/2013 9:59:46 PM
I think it's cool that Respawn is trying to 'meld' together SP and MP (like The Crew and The Division). You've still got story elements here and there and the MP aspect just makes it seem as though you're not the center of the universe. You're just a small cog in the overall machine and personally, I think that's pretty cool to know that a war's still going on even when you're 'off-duty'.
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#10teeebzPosted 12/10/2013 10:03:21 PM
Seeing as I quite often, don't even touch certain games single player (BF, COD, Halo 4, etc) and buy the game for the countless hours of mp, no it doesn't bother me at all.

MP game I'll play for 100's of hours

SP game I'll play for 10 hours, beat, and then never play again.

I'd rather the first option.

What I won't do is buy a game that has MP you have to pay monthly for like the new FF game coming out or WOW. That's just too much.
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