Padlocked Posted March 18, 2011 Share Posted March 18, 2011 Burnout's big updates were free to the end user, but contained the code for the add-on that you had to pay for. EA (as usual) seem to be getting around it with VIP codes as well. The point is, Valve put a game out and then walked away from it. Which is fair enough, it's not their target platform and they can choose to do whatever they want with it, but I think anyone defending them is misled at best. They didn't do it through any particular set of higher principles or altruism. Again, there may have been a market there to buy what have otherwise been free updates on the PC version. Back to Brink, however, and I think it looks awesome. The visual style was enough to get me interested, there aren't really any other shooters like it on the 360 (the platform I give a shit about) that have a vibrant community on them so I'm there on day 1. This, Battlefield 3 and Mass Effect 3 are probably my only day purchases this year. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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