"This is an important inflection point in our business because it allows us to accelerate our commitment to enhance premium online services to the entire robust EA Sports online community,"
"This is an important inflection point in our business because it allows us to accelerate our commitment to sell more revenue generating online services to the entire robust EA Sports online customer base"
OK The game industry is now getting GREEDY. First Dragon Age, now EA Sports. Well I know the titles I won't be purchasing.
But being popular titles I see this is going to be a change because people will buy it so they can play it. Then others will see how well they are selling and think it will be OK to charge for ALL used games. Before you know it, it will become the "norm"
This is just what I would want if I was EA, to be looked at the same as gamestop. I hate gamestop because they are a rip off, and EA because they are a rip off. Maybe EA should just try to buy gamestop, and quit charging 10bucks for online play? Also since I will no longer buy any EA games looks like you are losing $60 instead of making ten.
Forgot to mention...
This means also...$10 by renting games...
Hmmm....Calling to SKIDROW, RELOADED, RAZOR1911, and many others...please be more productive..
I will officially stop buying legal products if stupid thing like this continues.
I will need you guys desperately in the future.
[citation][nom]hillarymakesmecry[/nom]So you can never resell your games when you're done either... Why is that better? Sounds even worse.--------I'm boycotting EA. They haven't gotten any of my money in awhile and they'll never get any of my money in the future.[/citation]
Most of my games are online, thus requiring a key. Nobody will buy a game with a key that's already been used. Not to mention, I lose the friggin' keys all the time, so Steam removes that worry.