How much did Resident Evil REmake cost on the Wii and Gamecube back in the day?

#1SoulMemoryPosted 8/6/2014 4:10:40 AM
Was it for 40$ or 60$ the day it was released?
#2vermilion99Posted 8/6/2014 4:11:45 AM
It was $50
#3nonexistingheroPosted 8/6/2014 4:23:49 AM
Yeah, it was $50. Standard prize of console games didn't become $60 until 7th gen kicked in. Although only 5th and 6th gen really had fairly standardized prices for their consoles. Games... especially Nintendo games in the SNES and N64 era, had wildy different prizes amongts each other. Though the prices of games on other consoles were already pretty standardized by then.

Anyway, as for Europe... games were already 60 - 70 new on average before 7th gen kicked in.
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#4JackalPosted 8/6/2014 4:45:34 AM
I think my import was $90 but hte NA price was $50.
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#5FayeLadyPosted 8/6/2014 5:02:28 AM
Full price for remakes was an actual thing back then. Gen 7 had a lot of people complaining about them, but at least they were all cheaper than brand new games.
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#6BladeManEXEPosted 8/6/2014 5:17:19 AM
It was $50, I believe. Of course, back then, doing a remake usually meant things like completely redone graphics, new items, new quests/missions, and new features. These days, we mostly tend to get HD remakes, which mostly seem to just increase the rendering resolution, add widescreen, and maybe fix a few bugs (there are a few exceptions, though, like Wind Waker HD and, from what I've been told, the original Halo remake).
#7Megamushroom666Posted 8/6/2014 8:07:10 AM
$50
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