I think I'd prefer to pay up front. I don't mind the DLC's, but this year's Tiger Woods game irritated the crap out of me, as the full season is filled with courses that don't come with the game. I guess free up front is preferable to paying full price up front, and then having game content withheld for future purchase.
Yeah, I don't really see this taking over for the triple A titles like a Call of Duty type game. For smaller social games maybe, but honestly after playing a couple of those I get ****** off that I can't progress any further without getting nickled and dimed out of real money, so I just quit and move on to the next one. This business model has some major hurdles to clear before it becomes the norm.
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