Anyone else unable to justify $60 on last gen games?

#31regsantotomasPosted 2/4/2014 9:04:04 AM
If the game isn't available on the current generation console, then I don't see a problem with assessing whether or not it is worth the retail asking price.

South Park Stick Of Truth is a perfect example of a game I am more than willing to pay full price next month.
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#32secondhand1Posted 2/4/2014 9:11:14 AM
Thankfully, I'm not insecure enough to have to justify anything.
I don't row.
#33dylanbrandon286Posted 2/4/2014 9:15:13 AM
Man is everyone that stingy?

I remember paying 90 dollars for Chrono Trigger back in the day, and that was back when a dollar could byuy much more then it does today.

Quit your whining. I bought games for 90 back then. They are MUCH cheaper now
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#34rusty12000Posted 2/4/2014 10:08:41 AM(edited)
Ya its hard to justify 60$ for a game after using steam for years..
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#35TBONE_OGPosted 2/4/2014 10:18:03 AM
1nternationa7 posted...
When your $60 goes into 5-6 hours of gameplay (*cough Ryse), I'd rather stay last gen and get my money's worth of 15-20 hours of gameplay.

Pretty terrible post right here when you realize that Ryse as tons of gameplay, and replay value... something realized by people who have actually played the game.

Difficulty modes, collectables, oh and my favorite -- Gladiator mode -- which is multiplayer. I've spend at least a days worth of time playing Ryse.

Well worth 60 dollars.
Always O.G.
#36ComradeRyanPosted 2/4/2014 2:57:54 PM
I do not pay full retail on day one for any game.
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