Re: EA's "Project 10 Dollars"
On Feb 16, 8:46 pm, Tom <jimver...@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
And I really don't see the issue with this at all. IF one buys the
game used, then EA, MS, Sony, etc don't make money on the licenses.
But then you think their services should be there for those to use
them without ever having to have paid for the license (buying retail).
In the end, no one is forced to pay for the service, but they also
choose not to get any of the game extras when they come out.
Then charge for the content. Charging for the menu to access the
content is petty.
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