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#1 Edited by MichaelEM3 (33 posts) -

I admire their desire to not go back on their word, but I honestly think they'd be better off just waiting on the 3DS port at this point.

As a fan of MegaTen games that lives in North America, and as someone that missed out on the game when it was new, I rather just wait for the 3DS version with added voice work than go on Amazon and order the DS game. I loved the DS, but I'm done with it new releases-wise. I could see lots of European fans feeling the same.

#2 Posted by MichaelEM3 (33 posts) -

This is the best thing!

#3 Posted by MichaelEM3 (33 posts) -

Thank you for helping to build my favorite website on the Internet, Dave.

See you around, duder.

#4 Posted by MichaelEM3 (33 posts) -

It's basically Xenoblade Chronicles 2.

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#6 Posted by MichaelEM3 (33 posts) -

Double Fine are the best.

#7 Posted by MichaelEM3 (33 posts) -

@Barrock said:

@MichaelEM3 said:

@Tebbit said:

@MichaelEM3 said:

Really surprised EA convinced Microsoft to allow them to release this DLC/patch for free. Don't MS have some pretty stringent rules regarding this stuff? EA must be suffering a pretty heavy financial loss because of this fiasco.

How could that possibly be true? Didn't Mass Effect 3 sell a lot of copies?

I meant a heavy financial loss independent of whatever they made off total copies shipped/sold. I meant they probably had to pay MS an illegal amount of money for them to get this free DLC past cert.

I dunno. If I were Microsoft I wouldn't want Sony to be able to say "The only place you get get the extended version of Mass Effect 3".

Didn't meant to imply the PS3 version won't have this DLC either. As Alex's story and the EA press release points out, all versions of the game will receive this free DLC.

It's just that Microsoft is the company that just last year forced to Supergiant Games guys to release their Bastion DLC for $1 (when SG wanted to charge nothing like they did on the PC) because "free" and "DLC" typically doesn't compute for them.

#8 Posted by MichaelEM3 (33 posts) -

@Tebbit said:

@MichaelEM3 said:

Really surprised EA convinced Microsoft to allow them to release this DLC/patch for free. Don't MS have some pretty stringent rules regarding this stuff? EA must be suffering a pretty heavy financial loss because of this fiasco.

How could that possibly be true? Didn't Mass Effect 3 sell a lot of copies?

I meant a heavy financial loss independent of whatever they made off total copies shipped/sold. I meant they probably had to pay MS an illegal amount of money for them to get this free DLC past cert.

#9 Edited by MichaelEM3 (33 posts) -

Really surprised EA convinced Microsoft to allow them to release this DLC/patch for free. Don't MS have some pretty stringent rules regarding this stuff? EA must be suffering a pretty heavy financial loss because of this fiasco.

#10 Posted by MichaelEM3 (33 posts) -

Well deserved!

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