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.
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.
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.