View Single Post

Default 

July 26th, 2012, 19:22
They speak a lot on the behalf of consumers.

"[When people] have the opportunity pick up a copy for next to nothing, this only grows the fan base around the game, so when we release new content or future games, we have a large community already there to market to."
Imo, a fan has to play a game a bit to be called a fan.

I doubt that players play all the games they bought on flash sales. And therefore interested in following a game (DLC etc) they never play.

Or not. Maybe, players buy DLCs for games they have never played, and sometimes wont play.
ChienAboyeur is offline

ChienAboyeur

SasqWatch

#16

Join Date: Mar 2011
Posts: 2,031