Counting variations on the GOTY theme (e.g. Battlechest, Platinum, Diamond): Oblivion PC and 360 (well, I technically borrowed a friend's DLC disc for 360), Fallout 3 360, Dragon Age Origins 360, Morrowind PC, Neverwinter Nights, Starcraft...I think that's it. I love buying GOTY editions.
- Fallout 3
- Oblivion (without all that extra content, that game would be poo)
- Dragon Age
- Gears of War 2
- Plants vs Zombies(on steam)
- Arkham Asylum
Nearly all the games I own are GTY editions. As a policy I usual wait a year before buying games, it works out pretty well:
- Cheaper, so I can buy more games.
- Bug fixes, balance patches and video card drivers are optimised for the game.
- All DLC included.
- No need for cutting edge hardware, saving on upgrade costs.
- Pretty clear if the game is good or not (for example I will be buying ME2 but not DA2).
Fallout, Oblivion, Borderlands, Dragon Age..
It's very steadily becoming better to just wait and buy games at a discounted price when all the DLC is released, rather than buying them right off the bat, having to pay more and then being stuck with something that doesn't work at launch. I certainly won't be touching Skyrim and I'm still waiting to play New Vegas. Developers are really going to have to start rewarding the early adopters.