I'll pass, doesn't really matter what extras there are or if it's only $2 difference. My point was I would buy the game at half price. Too many other games that I want for me to spend more than one of those would cost on a game I have a very mild interest in playing, thanks for the opinion though . . . =)
He did give a pretty persuasive argument, though. For $6, you could do a whole lot worse, that's a good deal of content for $7 and it's a damn good game. Unfortunately (...or is that fortunately
?), I already have it, and the games I'm looking at don't have extras nearly as enticing.
If you already have a flight stick, I'd personally recommend taking the jump, it and Comanche vs Hokum are pretty much required GOG purchases for flight stick owners. Descent, Freespace, and Independence War should be too, but if you want to fly planes and helicopters, you would do well not to ignore IL-2 and EECH.
If you don't have a flight stick, though, if it was $5 I'd buy an Extreme 3D Pro just to play it with. I did that when I bought EECH soon after I joined for $3. Wasn't sure if I'd like it, but it's very
good, as is the flight stick, which is a great deal better than the stuff I used in the 90's, and it's fun to play games with a flight stick again. I originally bought a flight stick solely for EECH, but now I have almost all the flight sims on offer.
I was very happy when the original "GOG Gems" run included Red Baron (as well as a $2.50 Psychonauts. I wanted a GOG version but couldn't justify paying even half price when I owned two other versions). I bought EEAH later on when that was on sale, as well as "Fantastic Journey" after I enjoyed the other two Pro Pinball games.
That's one nice thing about recurring sales. You can buy a game in a series, and if you like it, you'll have a chance to buy the rest later. :P