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Petitioning Capcom and 1 other

Stop the greedy practice of releasing Day One DLCs.


This petition is created to take a strong stand against the greedy practice of the video game's industry's creation and release of Day One DLCs. The industry seems to be trying to rely on micro transactions like Day One DLCs to further pad their profit margins. The problem is, when people purchase a video game, they expect the complete game at the outset. It is disrespectful to the customer as the industry seems to be trying to force us to pay more for a product we already own.

We are collecting signatures to send a message to the video game industry that their customer base is not happy with the way they are being taken advantage of. Day One DLCs shows that the customer is not receiving the entire product that they are purchasing. Instead, they are required to pay extra through micro-transactions to get the whole product they should have received originally.

Will you join us in our fight to stop the video game industry from this greedy practice?

 

Note: extra content such as weapons and armor as well as being able to obtain items that would have been available later on in the game it outside the purview of this petition.

Letter to
Capcom
Bioware
I just signed the following petition addressed to: Capcom and BioWare.

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Stop the greedy practice of releasing Day One DLCs.

This petition is created to take a strong stand against the greedy practice of the video game's industry's creation and release of Day One DLCs. The industry seems to be trying to rely on micro transactions like Day One DLCs to further pad their profit margins. The problem is, when people purchase a video game, they expect the complete game at the outset. It is disrespectful to the customer as the industry seems to be trying to force us to pay more for a product we already own.

We are collecting signatures to send a message to the video game industry that their customer base is not happy with the way they are being taken advantage of. Day One DLCs shows that the customer is not receiving the entire product that they are purchasing. Instead, they are required to pay extra through micro-transactions to get the whole product they should have received originally.

Will you join us in our fight to stop the video game industry from this greedy practice?
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Sincerely,