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That is a scary problem with the way games are headed. More and more nickel and diming DLC, unfinished games, DRM that requires the game to connect to the 'mother ship' and companies being able to lock you out of the game or having everything associated with a single account (recent Dragon Age examples or even worries with services like Steam).

While not as bad as this, I remember wanting to play Dragon Age: Origins and not being able to because I was unable to login for a while so I was unable to load any saves thanks to DLC. Still, I'm working full-time now and I don't exactly have the time I used to back when I was taking classes full-time.