Video: The Order 1886 - debating the issue of value

Pennies at Dawn.

The Order: 1886 offers a relatively short single-player campaign (Martin finished it in around seven hours), with little in terms of replayability. Is that worth the full £50 price tag? Should we care about the value of video games?

I'm joined by both Martin and Wes in the video below, who weigh in with two differing opinions.

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