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PC to Receive Dragon Quest Builders 2 on December 10

SystemSystem Member UncommonPosts: 3,129
edited November 20 in News & Features Discussion

imagePC to Receive Dragon Quest Builders 2 on December 10

It looks like PC will receive Dragon Quest Builders 2 in December.

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  • itsoveritsover Member UncommonPosts: 350
    $60 :(

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  • ArteriusArterius Member EpicPosts: 2,245
    itsover said:
    $60 :(
    I mean I paid $60 when it came to Switch and the game isn't that old. It only came out this year
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  • TalraekkTalraekk Member UncommonPosts: 21
    While that is true it still kind of sucks to those of us who have issues with gamepad controls, as well as our Switches being in a seperate room tied to a TV I can only semi often use :D. It was a good game for what I played but I should have certainly waited for the pc version.
  • TillerTiller Member EpicPosts: 8,266

    Arterius said:


    itsover said:

    $60 :(


    I mean I paid $60 when it came to Switch and the game isn't that old. It only came out this year



    Every time a game ports to PC that's the first comment people make, it's too much. No wonder most of SE games start out on console, PC gamers are cheapskates.
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  • TorvalTorval Member LegendaryPosts: 19,871
    Tiller said:
    Arterius said:
    itsover said:

    $60 :(
    I mean I paid $60 when it came to Switch and the game isn't that old. It only came out this year
    Every time a game ports to PC that's the first comment people make, it's too much. No wonder most of SE games start out on console, PC gamers are cheapskates.
    Let's call it frugal. :lol:

    I buy games from PlayStation and Nintendo like I do Steam, on sale. I'm not likely paying $60 for it on the Switch either. But I am willing to spend more on these sorts of games than I am single play through story-driven games. I get more value out of creative or open-ended games, so I'm willing to pay more for them. Story games with modding (like Skyrim or Half-life) count too.
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  • vegetableoilvegetableoil Member UncommonPosts: 448
    Yeah Hmm could be interesting, then again I will be waiting for review of the pc port, if it's horrible control why pay $60 for it.
  • TillerTiller Member EpicPosts: 8,266
    Torval said:
    Tiller said:
    Arterius said:
    itsover said:

    $60 :(
    I mean I paid $60 when it came to Switch and the game isn't that old. It only came out this year
    Every time a game ports to PC that's the first comment people make, it's too much. No wonder most of SE games start out on console, PC gamers are cheapskates.
    Let's call it frugal. :lol:

    I buy games from PlayStation and Nintendo like I do Steam, on sale. I'm not likely paying $60 for it on the Switch either. But I am willing to spend more on these sorts of games than I am single play through story-driven games. I get more value out of creative or open-ended games, so I'm willing to pay more for them. Story games with modding (like Skyrim or Half-life) count too.
    Hey I'm frugal as well and always wait for sales; but some of these folks think games should be bargain bin prices because they launch on PC. When Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney trilogy was ported to PC on Steam people were bitching because it was $29.99. Not sure what they expected it to be priced at but I imagine they all ended up pirating the game anyways.
    Torval


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