Is Bioshock Infinite truly worth paying 60 dollars for? I've heard good things about this game, but I have also heard it is short (only 11 hours of main story time). I tend to feel like I have wasted money when I beat games fast (which I can do sometimes depending on the game) so I am wondering is it worth paying 60 dollars for? Or should I perhaps wait until the game drops in price? There is a deal going on through Amazon and they are offering Dishonored for 30 bucks so... Depending on what you guys say will guide me towards either spending 30 bucks for Dishonored or instead Bioshock. Jared - Thank you for your response.
Lina, so you think that even if a game takes more than an average amount of time to create, its price should correspond to the time it takes for a player to complete the game? If that were the case, Bethesda's bugged games would likely cost $100+. So, this logic seems flawed. I don't have mass amounts of money or anything, but when an exceptional game like Bioshock hits the market, I am willing to pay full price. This is going to support the developers that actually give a damn about the product they are creating, as opposed to the guys pushing out the cookie cutter games like Call of Duty and (insert sport)2k(insert year). I realize that it is just my opinion, but I feel like Bioshock, Bioshock: Infinite, Far Cry 3, Arkham Asylum, and Dark Souls/Demons' Souls are certainly a few of the games that actually merit the $60 price tag.