nail'd Packs Free DLC in New Copies

By Alice O'Connor, Nov 10, 2010 5:50am PST Call of Juarez developer Techland's over-the-top, off-road racer nail'd will follow the popular trend of discouraging used game sales by including a token for free downloadable content with new copies, publisher Deep Silver announced today.

The unnamed DLC pack will contain four new tracks for both single- and multiplayer, new vehicle point jobs, vehicle parts, driver suits, five new campaign events and the new game mode Detonator, where players must pass around a ticking bomb before it explodes. There's no word on how much the content cost if you don't have a token.

nail'd is slated for release on PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 on November 30 in North America, costing $39.99 on PC and $49.99 on consoles. Considering that the game's been delayed twice in the past three months, hopefully this time it'll actually come out.

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  • I had about 30 games on my NES and SNES each. I only had about 10 games for my PS1 mainly because I was in college at the time and didn't have much money nor time.

    Now, with plenty disposable income again I find myself disappointed with the direction of the industry as a whole. $60+15+15 pricing model on the COD games now. Destruction of used sales. Stupid DLC code tricks. Even if I don't sell my games very often, I'm simply not willing to watch that ability wash away.

    Now I only buy a few games a year now. This whole direction leaves a bad taste in my mouth. I feel like I have to spend considerable time researching what kind of deal I'm really getting when I buy a game. It's not just "pop a CD/cartridge in your PC/console" and play, or even sell that CD/cartridge. All shoved down consumers throats hiding behind ridiculous EULAs and poorly justified crying about piracy. I don't buy a bit of it.

    Fuck you, game industry. I'm not shutting up about it, and I'm not giving up on gaming industry either so you're stuck with my whiny ass for better or worse.

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