"It's the same price as downloading the three games induvidually, so you're not getting a bundle discount,"
"It's great that publishers are putting together these collections, but I'd like to see them budget-priced."
Each game is 800 MS Points, which is about $10. Plus, it states on the Amazon page that the downloadable content for Lumines is also included, which some had Points of 600, 400, and 300 each. So the disc version cost less, even when you attach normal S&H. Seems like a very good deal to me. Just hope the achievements weren't taken out like in Namco Museum: Virtual Arcade.
Also, the people who commented on thesetwo video pages seem to hate it mostly on visuals alone. Noob game? What?
I bet this sold really well with these types of attitudes...
User: zigfried Title: Posted: October 11, 2009 (10:20 AM)
Holy hell, I didn't even know about this disc. I'll be getting it.
I'd bet there are probably 1000 achievement points for the whole disc.
User: pickhut Title: Posted: October 11, 2009 (02:06 PM)
I found it by complete accident while browsing 360 games last night. I don't know the actual quality of each game, since I've only played the demo of Rez, but it still doesn't sound like a bad deal.
User: hmd Title: Posted: October 11, 2009 (03:00 PM)
E4 isn't worth it.
Rez HD is.
Lumines might be if it includes all the downloadable content (HEAVENLY STAR).
Also, this may be relevant to your interests, Hut. Steam has all three Hitman games for sale for like ten bucks. Assuming you don't already have the PC versions, at least.
ADDENDUM: Lumines Live MUST include this song in order to be justifiable.
fuckin' ps3 version didn't have this one so naturally it sucks.
User: pickhut Title: Posted: October 11, 2009 (03:47 PM)
I already own all the Hitman games, but thanks for the heads up.
User: bluberry Title: Posted: October 11, 2009 (08:01 PM)
mad cool it's getting a real disc release. Rez HD, that is. I'd like to be able to play it in a few years.
User: zigfried Title: Posted: October 11, 2009 (08:53 PM)
I've played other versions of all three games, and enjoyed each one enough to pay money for them (although I did not actually pay money for all of them). $20 is a great price as long as none of them got screwed in the port.
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