- Jul 30, 2016
No I resent Paradox for making you have to pay twice as much as the game itself in DLCs to have a full experience in CK2 and then releasing CK3 inferior to CK2+DLCs so they can do the same again. This is called anti-consumer practices and if Paradox didn't had a near monopoly on grand strategy games, due to lack of competition, this wouldn't fly.This is just reiterating that you think ck3 should be compared with the final version of ck2. Obviously I still disagree. It’s true no one forced paradox to release ten years of dlc. But again it seems we disagree, since I am very glad we got the terrific game ck2 turned into rather than the bland, Incomplete one it was on release. I hope they release ten years of equally good dlc for ck3.
edit: I would also observe that you seem to resent paradox for iterating on a game for ten years, and you seem to resent them equally for releasing a new game which has not been iterated on for ten years and therefore has fewer features.