Agreed. To me this would be a good idea in specific cases, but not as an overall case. Want to subscribe to the annual (insert sports game title), then you can have access to all of the current and previous versions of said series. It works out well for games that are primarily/heavily multi-player focused and have yearly iterations. I really wouldn’t see this working for a number of longer single player games that people might play through a single time. Companies might make out better, but I only see short-term immediate benefits for customers (which would probably account for the buying interests of a majority of the current AAA gaming market).
SO! I’m thinking about picking up an RPG for 3DS and am debating between Etrian Odyssey Untold: The Millennium Girl, Etrian Odyssey IV: Legends of the Titan, Shin Megami Tensei IV, and (insert another suggestion). Which would you peeps suggest?
I like the version that makes your wallet light.
I was thinking burgers and sandwiches for bread, but hotdogs and pizza seems weird.
I suppose, though I almost never eat sardines.
I’ll just take lessons from Setzer.
Then we’re right back to Y0l0Swagalie420.
Other than Tacos, Burritos, Chips, and Bread, I really don’t know what goes good with Guacamole.
I sure hope not.
I thought a lot of the ultimate weapons had that ability by default.
I just don’t know what else to eat Guacamole with. Terrible last resorts are all that come to mind. It’s like that Peanut butter commercial from way back when…
Which was swell. And you rhymed quite well. But what’s that smell?
Going to have to bust out the cookies? D:
Indeed. And here it is!
Just an fyi, but Journey had a physical release along with Flow and Flower.