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Fine for me.

Or you buy the game new or buy it used and expend more $10 for a new pass.

Good options for all.



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Meh? We're all going to buy it new anyways.



chapset said:
seams like they didn't learn with resistance 3, am looking forward to see uncharted 3 sell less then the previous ones, why is it ok for me to sell my used car with all the features but somehow my games cannot be sold with all of them. Gamers are already being screwed with incomplete games that get complete later with dlcs now this. if you buy the game and you don't like it well your screwed by 10$ if you try to resell it on ebay or kijiji


Terrible analogy. If you buy a used car youre paying for a car with thousands of miles. Probably dings, scratched, stains on the upholstery. Maybe the AC doesnt blow on the hardest setting. Acting like you buy  aused product and its flawless, in working order as it came off of the assembly line is stupid. Why should a used game be caught in the fabric of time and buying it used gets you the perks of buying a new product.

Its second hand, it should have diminished value, and in a software not hardware sense this is the diminished value. Get used to it. It makes perfect sense if you approach it with logic rather than entitlement.



People shouldn't be punished for not being able to afford to buy a game new..this is bullshyt...luckily for me I don't fall into that category



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I might take some shit for this, but adding the "online pass" actually makes the used game market more like any other used market.

Hear me out.

Usually when you buy something used you are getting a slightly worn and INFERIOR version of the new thing. Take a car for example: You buy used to save money, but it may have dings in the body, or maybe it has some high mileage and won't last for very long, or maybe it burns oil so you have to constantly add more. You save money on the initial purchase to deal with some issues later.

HOWEVER, with the used game industry, people are accustomed to paying used prices for an operationally "new" game. In the past buying a game new or used really had no difference. You had all the features, all the content, at all the same speeds, for a reduced price.

With online pass people are finally getting an actual "used" game for the price they are paying.



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steverhcp02 said:
chapset said:
seams like they didn't learn with resistance 3, am looking forward to see uncharted 3 sell less then the previous ones, why is it ok for me to sell my used car with all the features but somehow my games cannot be sold with all of them. Gamers are already being screwed with incomplete games that get complete later with dlcs now this. if you buy the game and you don't like it well your screwed by 10$ if you try to resell it on ebay or kijiji


Terrible analogy. If you buy a used car youre paying for a car with thousands of miles. Probably dings, scratched, stains on the upholstery. Maybe the AC doesnt blow on the hardest setting. Acting like you buy  aused product and its flawless, in working order as it came off of the assembly line is stupid. Why should a used game be caught in the fabric of time and buying it used gets you the perks of buying a new product.

Its second hand, it should have diminished value, and in a software not hardware sense this is the diminished value. Get used to it. It makes perfect sense if you approach it with logic rather than entitlement.

humm when you a buy a used car you check it out first if something doesn't work and it bother you, you buy an other one that fit your critera here you don't have a choice it's either buy new with online or buy used and no online unless you pay us. If you buy the game and didn't like it why should the value drop by 10$ as soon as you try the online? so you get less when you sell it to someone else that might like the game. I don't get why gamers here like to be nickel and dime so much it's like you guys are begging to pay more, don't be surprise if next gen new games won't have online neither you'll need to buy it a like dlc, just like metal gear online was suppose to be



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JOKA_ said:

I might take some shit for this, but adding the "online pass" actually makes the used game market more like any other used market.

Hear me out.

Usually when you buy something used you are getting a slightly worn and INFERIOR version of the new thing. Take a car for example: You buy used to save money, but it may have dings in the body, or maybe it has some high mileage and won't last for very long, or maybe it burns oil so you have to constantly add more. You save money on the initial purchase to deal with some issues later.

HOWEVER, with the used game industry, people are accustomed to paying used prices for an operationally "new" game. In the past buying a game new or used really had no difference. You had all the features, all the content, at all the same speeds, for a reduced price.

With online pass people are finally getting an actual "used" game for the price they are paying.

I agree with you for the most part, although I can see the issue with some people because of the used prices of games (places like Gamestop, for example, who sell used games of new titles for like $5 less than the new value). Of course, if people shop around, I'm sure they can get a used copy of a newer title for a lot less than what stores like Gamestop has.



 

At least Xbox is up front about the cost to play games online.

This is a sneaky, creepy way for playstation to charge for online... so its not really free for everyone.

Just sayin'



I'm buying new either way.



           

StevenKreg said:

 

At least Xbox is up front about the cost to play games online.

This is a sneaky, creepy way for playstation to charge for online... so its not really free for everyone.

Just sayin'


Online pass is there on the 360 too, for games like Mortal Kombat.