I noticed you're offering with preorders of The Walking Dead a game bundle called the "Almost Everything Pack". It's really an incredible deal. You get "almost all" games Telltale has ever produced for just $2 for each season! ($20 / 10 different seasons = $2).
$2 for each season?! And each season contains 4 to 7 episodes, with several hours of gameplay each.
While this is a really great deal, I think it's too extreme. You're devaluating your games too much. You're selling one of your most recent games, Jurassic Park, for $2! (no doubt shortly there'll be the obligatory snarky comment about how that's still too much to pay for such a QTE-infested experience :rolleyes:). But seriously, that game is just a few months old!! Furthermore, you're also throwing in the mix the just released Law & Order Legacies, which was released this year! (and the latter episodes were released just weeks ago!). Why this deeeeep descount for everything including brand new releases?
And you're not even marketing the bundle in the right way. You say it's 8 full games, just because the Sam & Max logo takes just one spot out of the eight you have in the bundle advert, but Sam & Max Seasons 1, 2 and 3 are three full games in their own right, which were also released in 3 different years! So it's clearly 3 games, which makes 10 full games total. Why advertise this bundle as being only 8 games? You're even further devaluating the whole thing!
I'm no marketing expert, but I think probably most people coming for the The Walking Dead game didn't have most of the previous TTG games, so this was a good moment to sell additional copies of your back catalog, so why "almost" give it away for peanuts?!
I know that companies always offer discounts in old titles, but this is ridiculous, and some titles are not even that old. So now I know I must never buy TTG games when they come out, since they'll be extremely heavily discounted not so long after...