Maybe somewhere on the internet there is a before and after EA acquisition comparison of intellectual property, but if there isn't I'm 2 lazy to do one myself. Instead I just want to rail them in a few words.
|Hey, a good game with the "EA" logo.|
The past is weird huh.
Watch_Dogs® 2 is 60 €, in Bulgaria it's 2 days of work to make the money to buy this shit. Not worth it. The "Deluxe" edition is 70 and the gold edition is 100. The deluxe edition has theme packs that just shit up the visual presentation of the game. And the gold edition is just a promise that there will be something more and that whatever it is it will be worth 40 euros. Sorry but the game itself isn't worth that much. I remember growing up a boxed copy of a playstation game was ~50 €. This is digital, there is no excuse for it to be more expensive than a box copy.
Not only are they overcharging for this shit but you can't even own the shit you pay them for. If their servers can't verify your ownership of a game, the game locks up and you can go choke on it. Steam is guilty of the same shit. GOG.com is the only digital distribution service that sells games because the games are not locked to a web service that may or may not exist in a few years.
Thank you for MASS EFFECT 2 and Jade Empire, but that doesn't make good on your overpriced shit rental scam.