I just finished the main scenario, and Yoshida spoke the truth: there is a real ending to it,
that feels just like in a single player game. Now if you do the math: finished roughly two
months after release, this game is still cheaper than most single player RPGs, and offers
a vast surplus in value...
You'd have to be an idiot to ask producers to charge less for this piece of art.
(It has to be a piece of art, because my name is in the credits.)