Hideki Kamiya on Capcom’s DLC methods – “Scam”
Capcom has recently been getting some negative attention due to their practice of keeping DLC on the game disc and charging extra to unlock it. It’s happened with Resident Evil 5 and now it seems to be happening with Street Fighter X Tekken
Hideki Kamiya, the director of Bayonetta and the original Devil May Cry, as well as former Capcom employee didn’t hesitate to weight in against his old game studio on Twitter.
Totally agreed. RT @PrCat88: Sounds more like a scam if game content is intentionally withheld simply to squeeze more money out of a product
— 神谷英樹 Hideki Kamiya (@PG_kamiya) March 5, 2012