Thats a celebration for wining indeed!
I dont think so at all. Plus Nintendo would probably not allow that in their games.
Damn, now that is a victory celebration.
Back on topic. Rather than putting "eye candy" in games, I think that we as gamers would be better served by the following:
1. Stop releasing games that are nothing but a bug fest. Gamers are not your beta testers. Take the time to do some QA before you release it. Assassin's Creed: Unity comes to mind.
2. If a game is ported to the PC from a console, port it properly. For example, higher resolutions resolutions, changeable key bindings, and for the love of all that is holy, loose the checkpoint save system.
3. Stop the pre-order and other types of exclusives. If I purchase the game, I would like to get the complete experience for my money. Missing out on game content such as extra missions because I choose to wait to purchase the game is not good in my mind.
4. Release games that are complete. DLC should be artwork or additional campaigns such as Skyrim's Dawnguard. DLC should not be used to unlock content that should have been included in the base game.
If these four main problems were fixed, that would go a LONG way to improving the gaming world in a substantial way. Instead of just plastering it over with aforementioned "Eye Candy".
And stop trying to gouge us with these broken $60 games plus Season's Pass, plus, plus, plus. arrrrgh. Fix the games like Linesma noted and then maybe charge the premium prices.
You rock Linesma.
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