But for me, I value quality over quantity. A great 12-20 hour experience is more than worth the money. Even 10 hours the ratio isn't that insane to me. 6 bucks an hour for a memorable experience? That's not unfair
yeah, if you think about it movies are way more expensive than singleplayer games.
i get your point and i still will buy singpleplayer games (after they dropped the price, i will not buy at release) but for me, i have a problem with quality over quantity.
because i have plenty of quality time with multiplayer. i am old, 37 years old
i played since the nes and master system times.
i have seen most of the singleplayer games out there.
so for me, i miss quality in modern singleplayer games. if you think about it, most singleplayer games have a story for children. they are kinda juvenile.
so for me...there are not many singleplayer games out there who have a story which is worth experiencing it as an adult. obduction and myst from cyan are good games in my opinion storywise. also i like the thalos principle and the game where you solved riddles on a space station. i forgot the name, it kinda was like portal2 on a space station.
i have stopped playing jrpgs because they all have the same "i save the world with my girlfriend" plot. i play more crpgs now because their story is better. i am talking about things like disco elysium, not oblivion or skyrim
i dont know if you get what i mean but many singpleplayer games today are kinda juvenile which makes them less quality for me. content not really worth consuming.
because multiplayer games have a story too and if you dont like it, you can just play the game for what it is with other people. you dont have to care about the story at all.
so in my opinion modern mp games are more quality than most singleplayer experiences. i dont want to play the 500th game where i play a clown who escapes from the evil wizard. that is the thing i mean.