I recall how some games cost this much for Super Nintendo / Genesis back in the day. I think Street Fighter 2 Turbo was $74.99 actually. --- www.flydrs.com Video game reviews, previews, and info. https://www.facebook.com/theflydrs
Erm, well, no, but only because $60 games already deter me with a near 100% success rate. I may buy GTA5 at full price, but that is the only game in the foreseable future for me, and previous to this post, I haven't paid full price in months. The last "big" purchase for me was ETS2, at about $23. --- What do you want from me?
People will always be against price rises, but as you said games have been the same price for so long now its only right there is a rise eventually.
Here in the UK i was buying PS2 games in 2002 for the same price I'm buying 360 games now, a decade later.
In that time the National minimum wage has doubled, yet the prices remain the same. Im having a hard time thinking of anything other than videogames that i can get for the same price now as i could back in the early 00s --- gamertag; OozyCrayfish Give a man a gun and he can rob a bank. Give a man a bank and he can rob the whole ******* world.
Assuming everything else about the system is fine (i.e: no online requirements, no used game blocking, no forced kinect, full backwards compatibility, etc...) then I'd be fine with that. --- MAKIN' BACON PANCAKES
I wonder if people that are upset with prices more then usual are ones that can't rent due to recent changes in rental market over the years. A lot of games are short enough to beat on a weekend which is like $4 and for a month is like $18 (good for playing multi while community is still alive). I'm lucky to actually have blockbusters and redboxes around. --- http://i169.photobucket.com/albums/u222/xechs/1198847692478tg1.gif http://i169.photobucket.com/albums/u222/xechs/rankastar.gif Ranka-Macross Frontier
I refuse to buy at full price anymore, I'll wait for a price drop no matter what. --- "Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety." Ben Franklin