YoungTobias wrote:1200 points for something that conceivably could have been on the disk since we already knew Aria had lost Omega. Also, only three achievements. BioWare and EA continue to get stingier and more brazen, and the fans continue to thank them for it. There's no other entertainment industry in which dishonesty and laziness is rewarded. Expect the next DLC to come in at 1600 points and have two achievements worth 75gs. Just know that we've all allowed this to happen.
I knew you'd have your say in this forum again. Considering you yourself are buying this does that mean you accept you're to blame as well?
Also there's no reason for this to be on the disk. If it wouldn't have added anything to the main story and they thought they could make more of the Omega/Aria story by leaving it aside for later then why shouldn't they. In one play-through I got 25+ hours out of the campaign so I don't think I can say I didn't get value for money without this being part of the game.
Also what does number of achievements have to do with the worth of DLC. I love achievements but I couldn't care if this had one achievement or 50 attached to it. Sure achievements can add something to the game as an extra incentive but they shouldn't have any baring on the worth of a game or DLC.
Lastly, as much as I hate your constant bitching about Mass Effect 3/EA/Bioware i'd miss you if you weren't around