Why is it tha golden abyss is the most expensive game out of all the vita games

#1cubansPosted 12/30/2011 10:23:29 AM
To me its a bunch 0f BS uncharted golden golden abyss 49.99 the rest of the vitas are either 39.99 or 29.99
#2AstralFearPosted 12/30/2011 10:27:24 AM
Don't know. My plan is to not buy all the 49.99 games unless it is something I am 100% positive I would want to pay 49.99, and if the game is worth it. I'm hesitant about the games I buy for my PS3 since most games are complete disappointments, or at least to me not worth 59.99.
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#3JetPilotPosted 12/30/2011 10:39:54 AM
Because they believe that game can command that price. Only time will tell if they are correct.

I am happy that we finally have a system with a variable game price structure as opposed to every game being a standard price, regardless of content. You get the occasional $40 game on the PS3, but based on the launch lineup it appears that variable pricing will be the norm for the Vita.
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#4mahgah91Posted 12/30/2011 10:55:54 AM
If it had multiplayer, that price would be fine. But another one of those 8 hour "cinematic" single player games that don't get made anymore?

Ugh.
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#5Joel89SHEPosted 12/30/2011 7:42:59 PM
Is that price for the US?

If it is so, perhaps it's like what the previous poster said, they believe it can command that high a price in the States.

I remembered the most expensive launch game was Dynasty Warriors Next, while Uncharted was priced similarly to most launch games in Japan/HK.
#6Agent_GreerPosted 12/30/2011 8:15:27 PM

From: mkbk | #004
If it had multiplayer, that price would be fine. But another one of those 8 hour "cinematic" single player games that don't get made anymore?

Ugh.


very true. **** games that are less than 12 hours.
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#7JetPilotPosted 12/30/2011 9:15:31 PM
Agent_Greer posted...
very true. **** games that are less than 12 hours.

OTOH, as someone with a full-time job and a family, I much prefer games in the 10-hour range. Unfortunately I don't have time for the "100-hour-epics" like I used to. I'm happy they make both kinds of games...long and short. Keeps everyone happy.
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