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Discussion in 'Computer Games and General Discussion' started by Sop, Sep 26, 2012.
That's OVER 1200 DOLLARS OF DLC,
FOR TRAIN SIMULATOR.
I like trains.
I mean I like Trainz 12 and all, but I am NOT buying DLC for it. End of story.
don't think the idea was to ever buy it all, just the ones that appeal. I recall this going on sale in the Steam summer sale for dead cheap
You have no idea how much train enthusiasts may actually shell out for this.
But yeah, paying over a grand in DLC and game is beyond reason to me
Yeah, it was 99% off, for DLC of every single train track in the world.
the most absurd things in all this is that some dlc are pricier than the game itself.
It feels as if the "main game" is just an engine and you must purchase the content separately.
Yeah, TS 12 had about the same amount of DLC. It's just ridiculous. I don't think 12 is even sold anymore on Steam.
OFF DA RAILZZZZ
The game's just changed names every year, it was railworks, then railworks 2 etc. everyone who owns it gets a free upgrade to the new engine. They seem to make their money selling DLC to actual train fanatics.
i know of a certain craigslist poster with a freezer full of imitation crab that would be interested in this
What the actual fuck?
IIRC it was 90% off for everything, not 99%. I lolled back then, so much discount is just unreal
It's a generally known fact that this game is the king of dlc.
Train Simulator with DLC that costs more than a home console. I wonder if there was a single person who ended up buying all of those DLCs.