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To be fair, a lot of the DLC for it is licensed stuff, so they are both future proofing the game to potentially rerelease without it and paying licensing fees to get us more content. The licensed cars are a big deal for a lot of people, and I think its a fine compromise personally, but I still will agree it is already an overwhelming amount.

I'd have to say, though, that fighting games have not really been as kind as you say though. They've had iterative releases since the boom of the genre with SF2, which we all know very famously has many, many versions, and I dont particularly feel like that is better, and it was that way until very recently when DLC seasons made more sense.


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