You ask as though I have $200 to spend on anything. But if I did, I'd pay for a PS3, because they cost more than $200. It'd be the best deal of the year. --- Proper grammar (no joke): "Buffalo buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo."
That currently exists: only something like a massive Mario Anthology (like 15 - 25+ games).
Fictional? A Paper Mario that greatly improves on TTYD in everyway (which would be DAMN hard to do), has mind blowing visuals and music, has a story even better than SPM, uses Bowser as a villain, and truly embodies the series by liberally borrowing elements/characters from all of them and going from there.
I honestly would pay $200 for that game, without question or regret. I'd buy an entire system with that as the only game if I had to.
I've just paid the equivalent of $130 for Ni No Kuni Wizard's Edition (£79.99), and that is the most I've ever paid for a game.
It is steep, but considering the pedigree behind it (huge fan of Ghibli) I'm hardly going to regret it. It just got a 94 from IGN too! Cannot wait for Feb 1st!
You bought a special edition, not a Game worth that price. There's a difference between Ni No Kuni at 130$ and Ni no Kuni Wizard's Edition at 130$.
On topic, I will never pay any amount over the general price 60$. Unless I, from the bottom of my heart would love to have it. Then I would.
On Special editions Anything over 150$ is shot down; and still if it's over 100$ I have to really think about it.
I'm not sure I get your angle... I payed the amount for the game because I wanted the Special edition even though I could have just got the Normal edition. Regardless, I still paid the above amount for the game...
What I mean is the WE has some bonus stuff. Exclusuve to it. Just like any LE, CE. That's why it costs more. So in they way OP is asking its a different case. It's JUST the.game. Nothing else. --- PSN: MxWhiteKnight