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Complete the trilogy. EA. why is it incomplete?,
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I already owned the first 2 titles and couldn't justify buying ME3 full price knowing full well it costs about $80 to get all the DLC for the game once it is all released.
I was surprised to find that ME2 & ME3 only comes with a small selection of DLC and not all of it like anyone who buys a trilogy/box set expects, EA really stuffed up on this package, It should have been released only with all the content, instead of pulling a bait and switch just to nickel and dime you for all the missing extras.
Do yourself a favour and wait for this package to hit the bargain bin, or wait for a complete trilogy that has all the DLC included.
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Initial post: Mar 28, 2013 11:03:25 AM PDT
My same exact thoughts, I was about to pay $60 for this trilogy when reaized that it doesn't get all the DLC... WTF? they are trying to get my to purchase the extras DLC to pocket some extra money from me... sorry, I'll do it only if I can get this for $20 or so...
Posted on Aug 3, 2013 11:13:04 AM PDT
Randall Laclaire says:
Actually the trilogy technically is strictly the games as released. Simply because you or others "expect" something doesn't make it incomplete if that is not included. The additional DLC are side stories that do not affect the main story-line. I'd say it's nice of them to include any of the DLC as it wasn't required or necessary.
In reply to an earlier post on Aug 20, 2013 11:25:09 AM PDT
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Posted on Nov 2, 2015 7:55:04 AM PST
F. Jones says:
Thanks for the review. I was considering buying the trilogy, but am not really interested if the DLCs are not included.
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