Xbox Two (Project Scarlett) – Games Price

Submitted by Nanouk on

One of the biggest criticisms game consoles face is not just the cost of the hardware itself, but also the price of the software we play on it. Throughout history games have always been, in consumers’ eyes, pricier than that ‘should’ be. We can buy a movie for less than $20, so why can’t we buy a game for a similar amount? They’re distributed on discs just like movies, they (usually) have less people involved in the production than movies, and games in the past have broken the $1billion mark, just like movies…


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