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3-18-2011 @ 3:00PM
On the note of pricing: unless you were planning on only buying one game for the 360, a year of WoW is less than the Xbox Live subscription. with Live, you're paying for the account, as well as $60 for new games (or less if you're buying used), whereas with WoW, you only have to buy a new expansion every 2 years or so (at $40).I know my methodology here is flawed, but it's how I see things. I used to buy multiple games yearly for PS1/PS2, but after WoW, I've only bought a few, and those have been at deep discounts, since I've been able to wait til after they came out to buy them (and play on PS3, so no account price worries). I feel, that while I am spending money monthly, on the average it's panning out on being less than what I'd spent on console gaming in the past.
3-19-2011 @ 2:14AM
Let's not forget about all the darn Map Packs you have to literally purchase too, for games like H: Reach. (*However they aren't absolutely mandatory to play several of the matchmaking playlists.*)
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