The GTA one is what, just a few short years ago, would be called an "expansion".
It's not just "content", it's essentially a new game.
But the problem is that, for the sports titles, the game does not function properly without the extra "content". Imagine trying to play 30 years of a franchise and your players don't progress, or de-gress as the case may be, over time.
They're getting to the point where they'll sell you a FPS game for $50. But. Each gun will cost you an extra $1. If you want to move, that'll be $7. Enemies will cost you $15 extra.
Even though we had similar this crisis years ago, but this time it's serious.
as awesome as Dead Space 1 was...i'm not too worried about Dead Space 2 not being released for the PC. matters r not as serious as some people make it out to be.
Releasing a game like DS2 for PC doesn't matter!
The problem is companies don't fond release their games for PC these days.
[Edited by Evanscense, 2/10/2010 7:12:48 AM]
EA's in-house studios (EA Redwood, EA Los Angeles, EA This, EA That) have a horrible reputation in the PC gaming press.