Originally Posted by zebular
Agreed, I'm more likely to buy a $15 DLC game than a $65 after tax game that is usually as broken on release day. Game devs since the xbox 360 and ps3 have rushed the **** out of their products to let the consumers be the beta testers. When I pay $15 for something that isn't polished I don't get nearly as mad as when I pay for a $65 product that wasn't fully tested. ZombiU for example, I had to restart my game twice (both about 10-12hrs in) because of bull**** bugs that should had been caught during beta testing. They both happened because my character died... THATS IT, THATS ALL IT TOOK TO BREAK IT!
Talking about Nintendo and ZombiU... that game costs 70 (!!!) euro here in the Netherlands, just like many other games for the Wii-U. Support for games isn't everything atm (Waiting for the BOII DLC Nintendo, all other consoles have it for some time now !!) for Wii-U also.... If Nintendo wants this console to be a success they better change some things over there