Nintendo has turned this respectable franchise into a DLC fest

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User Info: VeryDarkSoul

VeryDarkSoul
4 years ago#1
2.50 for a map 6 dollars for a special character pack
Then x dollars for other "Map packs" in the future.

Nintendo should sell a finished product. There's a reason people still bought Nintendo
Ron Paul 2012

User Info: OmegChosen

OmegChosen
4 years ago#2
And this reason was...no DLC?

User Info: Tezion

Tezion
4 years ago#3
at least we're getting spotpass

funny, why do I feel like I heard Nintendo stating they'd never do DLC in some manner.

User Info: STLCards1991

STLCards1991
4 years ago#4
A five hour long game without DLC would be considered a finished product by TC's definition. However, this game, with hours upon hours of content on the card, is unfinished because they are selling completely unrelated to the main story DLC maps.

User Info: VeryDarkSoul

VeryDarkSoul
4 years ago#5
STLCards1991 posted...
A five hour long game without DLC would be considered a finished product by TC's definition. However, this game, with hours upon hours of content on the card, is unfinished because they are selling completely unrelated to the main story DLC maps.


TC does not like being nickel and dimed for content.
Ron Paul 2012

User Info: OmegChosen

OmegChosen
4 years ago#6
VeryDarkSoul posted...
STLCards1991 posted...
A five hour long game without DLC would be considered a finished product by TC's definition. However, this game, with hours upon hours of content on the card, is unfinished because they are selling completely unrelated to the main story DLC maps.


TC does not like being nickel and dimed for content.


Don't buy it.

User Info: SharperKnives

SharperKnives
4 years ago#7
VeryDarkSoul posted...
STLCards1991 posted...
A five hour long game without DLC would be considered a finished product by TC's definition. However, this game, with hours upon hours of content on the card, is unfinished because they are selling completely unrelated to the main story DLC maps.


TC does not like being nickel and dimed for content.


then dont

game is finished without it
People should not fear their governments, governments should fear their people.

User Info: Arrei

Arrei
4 years ago#8
Are you kidding? Nintendo is one of the few companies that actually does DLC right, between:

-actually making it only after the game is finished rather than during development to sell as "day one DLC"
-making it all supplementary content that does not detract from the game at all if one doesn't buy it
-making any DLC that actually adds on to the story FREE

And you're complaining? Do you just go into a froth at the very mention of "DLC", or what?

User Info: krazykillerkow

krazykillerkow
4 years ago#9
And its a little late for Ron to win the 2012 election TC.
That don't bother me, I don't exist.-carsauce on the subject of vitasurance

User Info: dadkwashere

dadkwashere
4 years ago#10
They dont have dlc linked to an account, so theres a downside.
Raiden: NRAGH why is I no loved?
Big Boss: You need to find a more political solution...tasty.
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