Used Games, Industry killer or Gaming Savior?

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Do you purchase used games

Yes, whenever i can
Yes, if its the only way to get the game
Occasionally, if i'm not sure if i will like the game
No votes
No, i'd rather have the new copy
Absolutely not, i think this is a terrible thing
Total votes : 13

Re: Used Games, Industry killer or Gaming Savior?

Unread postby DragonAtma » Mon Aug 07, 2017 8:33 am

Some games have little to no DLC, while some go overboard. I have CK2, I have EU4, I have Stellaris, but I don't have any DLC for them (except the ones given for free).

And at the extreme end, some games go beyond absurdity. When you get a chance, hop onto Steam and see how much it'd cost to get all of Train Simulator's DLC.
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Re: Used Games, Industry killer or Gaming Savior?

Unread postby Dong Zhou » Tue Aug 08, 2017 8:58 am

I do agree some games are absurd with DLC though I have tended to be happy with DLC I got for my games
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