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Warning this is a "Complete Edition" and absolutely not a "Collection"

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Initial post: 11 Oct 2013 07:43:39 BDT
WZ says:
I would have written a review if I could, although I don't support doing this for non-released products - but this one is special. The marketing / cover / etc of this product is a shocking, blatant attempt at deception. This is where Konami & I part ways.

The name "collection" is used when you pack **several games** together - NOT for a single game. And the way the added the LoS2 logo right next the LoS1 logo, with a + sign, same logo, size same everything?

For a moment there I actually thought this was a collection containing both games. I am certain some buyers will fooled & the publisher oughta be frigging sued for this. Hell, the suit would probably be a win.

Posted on 31 Oct 2013 15:32:44 GMT
George says:
The problem is not the one you mention.The problem is that only the actual game is on the disc and all the rest you have to download them via vouchers.
I mean you have a 50 GB Blu Ray disc and you don't put all them on it but you have to download all the extra 4 GB to your hard Drive?For what reason?
What is the use of the Blu Ray disc then?Put a voucher for the game too and you are done!

Posted on 31 Oct 2013 21:31:29 GMT
J. Hadley says:
It does contain 2 games though,the original and also a HD version of the 3DS game,plus a demo for the sequel.

Posted on 3 Nov 2013 21:32:31 GMT
George says:
No it doesn't 'contain' 2 games because only the original is in the disc and you need INTERNET connection to get the rest so the cover and the title is misleading.
This is just a repackaging of the same game and I don't understand why the gamers accept this whole new voucher-thing from the companies.
As soon as your hard drive crushes and the voucher code expires say goodbye to your games and DLC.

In reply to an earlier post on 8 Nov 2013 15:45:52 GMT
Danzaiver says:
You usually have a year to use the codes and you can always just redownload them again, this collection is fine.

In reply to an earlier post on 10 Nov 2013 10:31:00 GMT
Last edited by the author on 10 Nov 2013 10:32:26 GMT
George says:
No,it's not fine.Since you already have the disc,WHY there is the need to use the extra space of your hard drive?It's so difficult to put it in the disc???
And what happens when in 3-4 years all the content will be removed from psn as we'll have the ps4 only? Where and how will you play it then?

In reply to an earlier post on 22 Dec 2013 19:21:19 GMT
C. E. Harmer says:
I get your point and while it's really nice to have a physical copy you can continue to play years from now in the event of hard drive failure the industry just really doesn't care about that sort of thing these days. In fact they probably encourage it to try and get you to re-buy stuff further down the line. It's just a sad fact of the current console generation I'm afraid: it only really caters to people who treat consoles as disposable to be chucked when next gen comes along. A collector of consoles and games like myself just isn't considered these days (or at least that's how it feels). I guess we're in the people who want to return to older games and retain their whole collection. Unfortunately PS4 and Xbox One seem headed in that very direction. Haven't done much research into Xbox One but sadly PS4 doesn't even play stuff directly from the disc.....sigh.
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