From videos and ads I watched, IMVHO Variety could maybe sell more, but Vehicle buyers could eventually enjoy a longer lasting game.
Longer lasting games are generally better received, unless they're in a genre that emphasizes replayability.
I'd like if it were like you write, and often it is if the other conditions are roughly equal, but, as curl wrote:
The way I see it, the Vehicle Kit looks like it offers more value as a traditional video game, but on the other hand the Variety Pack has a broader appeal beyond just the gaming audience with stuff like the Piano and House.
I'm leaning toward the Variety Pack due to this.
Agree. Driving games can be great and some, like Mario Kart and the main titles of Gran Turismo, Forza, NFS and a few other racing franchises, can be great sellers, but they aren't the biggest genre, outside of Ninty world FPS and some sports (other than racing) games can be huger, while in Ninty world the genres that can be huger than racers are different, but collections of mini (or bigger) games are amongst them.
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