I saw the preorder bonuses at the end and I was all "you must be joking". Does anyone care to take the risk in throwing money away for a sword ingame?
I wish companies would learn that one of the leading causes of piracy is that when people buy games they buy them knowing they're going to have to spend another $50-$150 dollars on them just to unlock everything, and then they're going to get less content for what they pay for, expansions are going to be lazier than they used to be, and we're going to have to wait several months after the initial release just to play the full game.
That last part is the part I hate most. I hate
buying a game, getting tired of it, and five months later finding out
there's a whole new slew of content, usually I just wait about a year
until I'm feeling nostalgic and buy a bundle pack but if they don't
offer it, I don't bother.
Ubisoft should stop witholding content for months on end and charging us so much for expansions, just release finished games with a couple of worthwhile expansions maybe and if they want to fight piracy with the Conflux Nexus thing they should make it more worth our while, like making it easier for players to share user generated content and stuff.
u ruined it since heroes 4. 3 was a perefect creation and was a downhill since ubi start touching. pls, if not for us do it for the genre, remake heroes 3!!!!
Heroes VI is not a bad game, but damn, III is better, way way better. The only thing that I really appreciated in Heroes VI is the way town portal is implemented, in rest, nothing special. Dungeon is my favorite castle(faction) and probably I'll buy the game and see what the new developer has done with the game. I hope I won't be too dissapointed. Maybe Gunnar will be there :)
Awso.. oh crud, Ubisoft.
Ubisoft = intrusive unfair DRM. Someone posted once they are changing that..?
@CaptainScrubby Yeah its not the 90'ies anymore, when piracy looked bad, nowadays the ones that look bad are companies like Ubisoft and Bioware that develop a game and cut content from it to later release it as DLC's instead of developing expansions aside, nowadays day one DLC's are becoming common sense, if they dont stop they are going to have a whole generation of customers turn away from them, and im not talking about us old gamers who know how good we had it back then when they didnt look at us just like a potential revenue source.
@Godlikan agree... King's Bounty is just so much nicer