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Price when buying a game, is 60$ "too Darn High!"

#1Immortal_MooPosted 8/14/2013 6:35:20 AM
When buying a game do you happily throw down 60$ for a NEW game? - Results (225 votes)
Yes, gladly
3.11% (7 votes)
7
Only if it's a game I REALLY want
56.89% (128 votes)
128
60...LOL, I'll wait for a sale
25.33% (57 votes)
57
I have too many other games to play to care right now!
6.67% (15 votes)
15
Eh, maybe 50?
3.11% (7 votes)
7
ZOMG I HAVE TO TO GET ALL THE PRE ORDER CONTENT OMG
2.22% (5 votes)
5
...other?
2.67% (6 votes)
6
This poll is now closed.
I am having a hard time throwing down 60$ for some upcoming games. However I am finding buying games at a 45-30$ price point to be no big deal. (if brand new and physical). Some games I was GLAD to pay for 50+$ for (Skyrim, some collectors editions...etc)

what about you guys?
Sometimes I feel like steam has spoiled me, if the game's not new (and on PC) I'll wait for a sale. Console games, I usually Amazon buy for new copies, or go in and being "That Guy" at gamestop that buys a older discounted NEW game asking if they have any non opened copies.
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#2CacciatoPosted 8/14/2013 6:37:49 AM
It has to be something I can really justify the 60 bucks.

The only games I've spent full price on in recent memory is Sleeping Dogs, Total War: Rome II, GTA V, and maybe Saints Row The Third.
#3Incendia_IntusPosted 8/14/2013 6:37:54 AM
Very VERY rarely will I pay more than $30-$40 for a game.
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#4thebladeofwoePosted 8/14/2013 6:58:11 AM
well, over here (UK) most full priced games are 30-40 lke i got splinter cell blacklist for 34.99 on steam with conviction free.

for pc the normal edition 29.99 while consoles are 39.99, I LOVE IT
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#5Digital StormPosted 8/14/2013 6:59:18 AM
I usually don't look at the price of something I want.
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#6godplaysSNESPosted 8/14/2013 7:05:29 AM
I never get games for full price anymore. I always wait for a sale

Today's games just rip you off with tons of DLC
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#7Hi CPosted 8/14/2013 7:11:05 AM
I only day 1 purchase maybe once or twice a year. Stuff like Witcher 3 when it comes out.

Everything else can wait for a steam sale or GMG coupon.
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#8Ratchet611Posted 8/14/2013 7:19:41 AM(edited)
I just voted for the: "60...LOL, I'll wait for a sale" option. I couldn't even imagine having to pay 60+ dollars for a video game, even if it was one that I really REALLY wanted. The most I'd be willing to spend on a PC game would probably be about $20. If it was a console game, I wouldn't spend anymore than $30 on it.
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#9happyscrub1Posted 8/14/2013 7:22:30 AM
Kids these days are cheap. You wouldn't survive in the 90's
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#10ThePCElitistPosted 8/14/2013 7:23:47 AM
happyscrub1 posted...
Kids these days are cheap. You wouldn't survive in the 90's


Back when games were easily in the $60-$100 range.
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