Why on Earth are we comparing Game Pass to the culinary industry
Your already weak analogy is getting worse as you try to stretch it further. If you want to compare it to a restaurant, it offers everything you want from a “fancy chain” as you put it. And offers great appetizers. Hope that helps.
Your weak understanding of it is getting worse as you try to sweep it under. Is an explanation to a misunderstanding now to be known as stretching it, and not further explanation in the form of a reply? So many reaching for the moon in that case.
Do fancy restaurants market themselves as the best deal in the industry? All you can eat for as cheap as possible? Do they only offer typical utensils for consuming that food and not the extra's that add to the experience? Do they change their menu (asap) in a response to compete with fast food directly?
Who offers the "Dollar Menu"?
This is a silly comparison to begin with but I also think you're both arguing based on different thoughts of what you consider to be fast food/high end.
Ludicrous seems to be arguing based on the variety of content + quality, essentially, Game Pass offers a 'quick cheap meal' (or w/e) but also offers 'higher end meals' too (essentially offers small and big budget titles of various quality). While it seems like you're basing a lot of your argument purely on the price of the service.
I don't think comparing the two is that useful, these are two vastly different markets, if we were going to use the 'price' argument than I would honestly say Gaming overall is closer to a 'fast food' joint than a high end restaurant, heck, a Chinese from a random fast food place alone can cost me up to £30-£40 and food prices don't plummet weeks/months after launch, Lol.
Last edited by Ryuu96 - on 25 November 2021