The 3 Worst Season Passes of 2015 and Why You Shouldn’t Buy Them

Seize the Season Pass.

Many of us share a love of video games and their ability to thrust us into realms of fantasy and escapism, but with all that magic comes the bleak reality that the video game industry is, through and through, a business. Money talks, and corporations at the top of the video game industry know this all to well. Sure, many games are borne from passion, creativity, and the furthest reaches of the imagination, but money really is that cold grasp that keeps all the magic from running rampant at times.

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Throughout the history of video games, we have had quite a few different products that can only be described as cash-grabs, whether it’s devices like the Power Glove or on-disc downloadable content. As the video game hardware evolves, however, so do these cash-grabs. Specifically, the latest technique is the Season Pass.

Some games have Season Passes that offer a player’s money’s worth, and some games don’t make players pay at all. Some games, though, are just shameless. Here’s a handful of the Season Passes that were just insulting.

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Andres Ruiz
Andres was a freelance writer for Twinfinite, having started writing for the site in 2014, before leaving and returning a few times, including a recent stint that ended in March 2023. He's a graduate in English from Florida International University and focused a lot of his time writing video game news. Aside from writing, he is an advocate for people with Hemophilia and other bleeding disorders. He is also constantly wondering if his neighbors in Animal Crossing still miss him.