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i'd like to point one thing out on the above postBase game costs $50
Exp. Pack 1 costs $15
Exp. Pack 2 costs $15
Exp. Pack 3 costs $15
Would you prefer to buy the entire game for $95 and get the expansion packs for 'free'?
Or would you prefer to pay just the $50 and not buy that dlc2 you so much dislike forced on you? And pay a total of $80 by choosing the dlc rather than the full $95 and you get what you don't want?
it used to be $50 new game (around 30+ hours of content for an RPG) plus expansion $40 (around 20+ hours) for $90.
now it's $50-60 for the new game plus the 3 DLC (usually 2-4 hours of content) for $95-105
so we are paying more money for less content but it is still the consumer's choice