Start/Select - Nintendo sued, Mirror's Edge not dead
Nintendo becomes the target of a 3DS lawsuit, Red Faction goes on sale on the PlayStation Network, and DICE talks the future of Mirror's Edge.
by Johnny Chiodini on
I'm kinda diggin' the fact that I just finished racking up 60% of Mirror's Edge's trophies for the first time ever and ME2 is back in the news slash rumor mill.
It's not PSN's fault that it's $60. It's the developers. Now I support downloadable content, and I would do it if the prices were cheaper. But $60 for the game data only is ridiculous. When I pay $60 for a game, I'm glad to know that I payed for the game, disc, case, manual, and artwork, and that makes it worth it. If I'm gonna download it, then I expect it should be half the price.
60 bucks for a digital game is ridiculous. PSN posts all their games at full price and its so frustrating. Im trying to avoid disks and destroyed trees yet I have to break the bank to do that? I guess I should go kill some trees if I want my wallet intact. :*(
I hate when people sue companies.I hate when people sue in general.Don't sue unless you've got a real situation on your hands.Non of that,"matter of principle" business.If you trip on a pinecone in my front yard,don't you dare sue me or you won't live to make it to court. Don't sue a gaming company unless the disc drive in the console shattered a disc leaving you picking rainbow shrapnel out of your torso.(BTW Mythbusters proved no mortal disc drive could do that) I guess Weird Al put it best when he sang I'll Sue.
yea i saw this this the other day, red faction for nearly £60 on the psn, i was like WOHAAAAA your MAD. i thought the whole point of downloadable games was so its meant to be cheaper as he said no box, manual, etc etc. but games are 3times more expensive. this is the same for the pspGo titles, thats why it FAILED cos everything was too expensive.
I sure hope we see a new Mirror's Edge...one of the best new IPs this gen, even if it was a slightly flawed game. The sequal could be amazing if it make improvements in the right places.