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Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen Confirmed for Retail Release

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User Info: darkshadowmaster

darkshadowmaster
4 years ago#11
Hopefully this one has replayability.

Loved the first one, but there was pretty much nothing to do after you beat it considering that nothing leveled with you so you just turned into a powerhouse on NG+

Ur Dragon/Farming Everfall just became incredibly tedious.
When I read about the evils of drinking, I gave up reading.

User Info: Luthor_

Luthor_
4 years ago#12
darkshadowmaster posted...
Hopefully this one has replayability.

Loved the first one, but there was pretty much nothing to do after you beat it considering that nothing leveled with you so you just turned into a powerhouse on NG+

Ur Dragon/Farming Everfall just became incredibly tedious.


Its an expansion not a sequel.
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User Info: darkshadowmaster

darkshadowmaster
4 years ago#13
Luthor_ posted...
darkshadowmaster posted...
Hopefully this one has replayability.

Loved the first one, but there was pretty much nothing to do after you beat it considering that nothing leveled with you so you just turned into a powerhouse on NG+

Ur Dragon/Farming Everfall just became incredibly tedious.


Its an expansion not a sequel.


And there goes that.
When I read about the evils of drinking, I gave up reading.

User Info: vigorm0rtis

vigorm0rtis
4 years ago#14
Sweet.
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User Info: Dragon Nexus

Dragon Nexus
4 years ago#15
From: Killah Priest | #010
yea lets hate capcom for giving extra content instead of just slapping platinum hits on the cover.


Hey, I've got nothing against new content. Bring it on!

I'm just wondering why the have a crippling fear of patches and DLC that exists beyond unlock codes.
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User Info: Killah Priest

Killah Priest
4 years ago#16
it HAS to be because it costs like 1 billion dollars to host a patch on xbox 360.

its true I heard it on gamefaqs.
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User Info: Dragon Nexus

Dragon Nexus
4 years ago#17
From: Killah Priest | #016
it HAS to be because it costs like 1 billion dollars to host a patch on xbox 360.

its true I heard it on gamefaqs.


Regardless (and I know you're being semi-sarcastic) the point is it kinda makes me feel like a beta tester that has to pay his employers and work for free.

It just leaves a bad taste in my mouth that I play a game, enjoy it, then find out the little niggles and problems and omissions have all been fixed and all I need to do it buy the game again.

It'll just reach the point where people won't buy the first iteration of a Capcom game because what's the point, in a year there will just be a "super" version with more stuff in it. It's like a business model from the 1990s.
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User Info: ironmaidenfan70

ironmaidenfan70
4 years ago#18
Nice just sold my old copy so I can get this
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User Info: Killah Priest

Killah Priest
4 years ago#19
Regardless (and I know you're being semi-sarcastic) the point is it kinda makes me feel like a beta tester that has to pay his employers and work for free.

It just leaves a bad taste in my mouth that I play a game, enjoy it, then find out the little niggles and problems and omissions have all been fixed and all I need to do it buy the game again.

It'll just reach the point where people won't buy the first iteration of a Capcom game because what's the point, in a year there will just be a "super" version with more stuff in it. It's like a business model from the 1990s.


I understand your point completely.
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User Info: MashYouGood

MashYouGood
4 years ago#20
Wake me there's an update for coöp play... *zzz*
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