Adventure Time: Explore the Dungeon Because I DON’T KNOW!
BubbleberryVII 11 nov 2013 à 15h42
Gamers are so spoiled these days.
Yes, it's $40. Which is cheaper than $60. And the dungeon levels are randomly generated. I fail to see why people still complain about this.
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dewbious 12 nov 2013 à 1h16 
Well this is Steam. I haven't paid more than $10 for a game in quite a while so I think I'll wait for this one to go on sale.
YukoValis 13 nov 2013 à 5h52 
I think spoiled is the wrong word. PC gamers have a LOT more choices, so while some complain that a price is too high, the smart people will entertain themselves elsewhere and wait for prices to fall. it's only the fans that buy it outright for full price.
Demented Mind 13 nov 2013 à 13h52 
YukoValis is correct...with all the games on Steam....I'll rather use $40 to purchase upcoming X: Rebirth or something else....

Active Yaw 14 nov 2013 à 9h30 
$48
Switch 17 nov 2013 à 8h13 
Why is wanting a reasonable price spoiled? MOst of the game i have been buying are released at 15 - 20 bucks, and the tripple a titles i mostly pick up during sales. It will be no different for this game. Not over paying is smart not spoiled. Not every one has a disposable income.
Sora 18 nov 2013 à 10h11 
I'm a huge fan of Adventure Time but this game is pretty expensive. I can buy Diablo 3 for the same price right now or play Path of Exile for free right now if I wanted to play a dungeon crawler. I'll pick up this game at some point but I'll just wait until the winter sale where it'll get down to like $20 or less. Unless they make the game AMAZING I won't be picking it up right away.
Howl 18 nov 2013 à 10h31 
I'm totally gonna pay $40 for this when I can play PoE, a vastly superior dungeon crawler, for free. Very reasonable.
Doriphor 18 nov 2013 à 11h10 
This game looks and probably feels indie, 40 bucks for an indie game, that's insane... If at least it had online co-op and controller support... Besides, for 40 bucks you can buy 2 copies of Torchllight II, and then play with your friend(s), online...
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Axel 18 nov 2013 à 13h43 
So what if the levels are randomly generated. A lot of games do that. Not to mention, cheaper games. See games such as Binding of Isaac, Spelunky and Spelunky HD.
Agressive Tax-Liable Luther Jr. 18 nov 2013 à 14h28 
Binding of Isaac also has random dungeons, and it's 5 bucks.
Doriphor 18 nov 2013 à 14h38 
Binding of Isaac also has random dungeons, and it's 5 bucks.
Some would say that random dungeons cost less to make than designing them all personally....
B3N -- 18 nov 2013 à 21h21 
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Why is wanting a reasonable price spoiled?

'Reasonable' is a subjective term. When every game released on Steam priced over $20 has these exact same threads complaining about paying too much, it comes off as rather spoiled and *itchy. The game is neither released nor do you know how much work was put into the game, but you believe it's overpriced already? Isn't that a little ridiculous?

If you were to complain about GTAV, AFTER HAVING demoed it, you'd be fair in being subjective over the price, in this case you are not.
Macabre 18 nov 2013 à 21h59 
Let me put it this way. Compared to its competition for similar games, combined with the list of features its has listed and its level of graphics, it is overpriced.

As mentioned by someone else you could buy Diablo 3 for the same price, which not only has way more content it has better graphics, and multiplayer etc (aka many more and better features). Many people listed examples in the other posts. The fact is if I where to compare its genre to others, its on the high end for pricing. If I then compare its amount of features, (graphics level, mechanics, game play) to similar cases it is in the lower-middle level of quality. The fact is for its level of what advertised compared to its competition its overpriced. The fact is in this case it looks like a the company doesn’t have much experience marketing games, or b they are trying to capitalize on the success of the TV show.

And that not to say that a lot of steam users are spoiled, from huge sales, but really in this case if you do some research it is a bit over priced.

That being said There are games I will shell out 40$. $50, $60, even $70 on, however this is simply not worth it.

Edit: also this is a DS game, not pc, and get this for the non pc version you can get collectors edition for same price with a ton of extra stuff, so yeah we are also getting cheated....

(you can find this on another post in this discussion board.)

http://www.gamestop.com/nintendo-3ds/games/adventure-time-explore-the-dungeon-because-i-dont-know-collectors-edition/111536

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Mari 19 nov 2013 à 8h52 
There are plenty of dungeon crawlers out there that have the same mechanics this game will have at 70% of the price.
Monkeh 19 nov 2013 à 9h14 
Calling people who can accurately judge the worth of products spoiled is quite ignorant. Bet you're a blind fanboy who just threw money at the game as soon as he saw 'Adventure-Time'.
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