Poll Results and New Poll: What Makes a Game Worth $60?


Interesting results for the last poll. I will say, for those who do not play minis, you’re missing out on some good ones!

The new poll is now asking you what makes a $60 game worth a purchase. The poll idea is from Nash, and he will soon be getting his 200 points.


Written by: Jay - Community Manager / Editor-In-Chief


  1. #1 by Flashray on September 22nd, 2010 [ 90 Points ]

    Lol 70 euros where I’m at…
    For this poll it’s not one thing only.
    IMO uncharted 2 is worth it because of the gameplay and awesomeness
    A good FPS such as cod4 or BFBC2 is/was worth it because of it’s multiplayer, and replay value, and awesomeness.

    So I’d say pretty much a game that has Multiplayer, that is unique/one of the best of it’s genre.

    Replay value is awesome but not needed.

    awesome.

  2. #2 by JCMoorehead on September 22nd, 2010 [ 550 Points ]

    Good Poll, I put hours of Gameplay really because I feel if a game is going to be long to play then it’s worth it but really it is a combination and it can vary from genre to genre.

  3. #3 by Eddie on September 22nd, 2010 [ 44542 Points ]

    Story for me. It can be a billion hours long and suck, still not worth 60 bucks. However it can be like God of War 3 and worth $60.

  4. #4 by L/L on September 22nd, 2010 [ 4782 Points ]

    Replay value can be related back to all of the other options, with High Production Values being sometimes the only exception. And that’s my vote.

  5. #5 by Oly on September 22nd, 2010 [ 131935 Points ]

    I feel a good mix of story/replay/length.. depends on the game.. some long games suck.. some great gameplay with lame storys are great.. like Just Cause 2.. story was ok, but replayability and gameplay were awesome

  6. #6 by Nash on September 22nd, 2010 [ 230 Points ]

    Thanks! I won 200 pts…but lottery won 250 pts. :)

    My vote goes to replay. I love playing through great stories, but I rarely go back and play them again. I’ve been renting games lately to save money, so the last game I got a lot of replay from was Rock Band. Sometimes multiplayer keeps me going, but sometimes it fails (COD:MW2). As long as I don’t feel like I “finished” the game, I’ll keep going back.

  7. #7 by drask on September 22nd, 2010 [ 75 Points ]

    Replay value, story, and length are my biggest needs for a video game.

  8. #8 by mulligank on September 22nd, 2010 [ 625 Points ]

    I Like games that have a little of everything. Im a huge fan of just cause 2.


You must be logged in to post a comment.

Like trophies? Like giveaways? Want to speak your mind? Register here!