I honestly think pricing of games should go up in general anyway. $69.99 or $79.99 for next gen games would be find with me. The fact that they arent yet is one of the main reasons for all these stupid add ons you need to pay for. Because pricing of games have not been adjusted in years, this was the work around. DLC.
That's fucking bullshit. Games are way too expensive for what you get these days. Companies are never satisfied with just making a complete product. They need the nickel and dime afterward to milk people dry. You think that paying an extra $10 or $20 is going to stop companies from making GOTY versions or selling you a season pass for a game that hasn't even gone gold yet? No fucking way. PC gaming at the turn of the century was getting expansion packs for already complete games. I was excited when I heard consoles were going to be getting that treatment too with the advent of DLC, but all it did was give game companies an excuse to release a fraction of a game and sell you the rest later. Capcom already has a history of doing this with SFxTk and SFV.
RE2 looks good, and I'll play it eventually, but there's no way in hell I'm paying $60 ($48) to play it day one when I know it's just gonna be $30 or less in a few weeks.
This is why I'd rather support games that take a consumer friendly approach to game design: