- Jan 18, 2017
Sackboy seems to be a bit pricey for what it is.
It will be Half price after 2 months.
Any official pound sterling price yet? Because if games cost £69.99 in the UK then I'd probably pack up gaming for good. Yeah I want the new FF and the Demon's Souls remake, but I'm not going to pay £70 on a game.
For sure. But too many people itch for day one.Just wait a couple of months and you'll be able to get them for £50. Another year and they'll likely be £30 and so on. This is Sony we're talking about, not Nintendo.
I'm fine with that, I decided to wait for next year to get a ps5.No it won’t. Everyone always forgets the rules reset at the start of a new gen. PS5 games will be full price with little to no sales for a year. People will Hitchcock and moan every PSN sale for the first couple years that there are no good prices on PS5 games And all the sales are for PS4 games. It takes several years into a gen before we get good sales.
And how is possible that we pay the same for seeing Avengers Endgame that for an indie movie?Said it before and I'll say it again, 60 dollars wasn't sustainable for the rise in development cost considering Americans buy the most games but pay the least for them. Also, game prices in Japan can reach 85 USD easy I was ready for 70 dollar games and figured it would've happened this generation. Scream and moan all you want but you can't keep expecting games to balloon in cost from the sheer work required to produce them and not expect to pay for it: games are so heavily favored in the consumers favor it's not funny.
I've been digital-only for about 5 years now on PS4 and yeah, thanks, I'll continue to wait for the vast majority of games to hit the sales on PS store, which have been pretty great in the last couple of years.
You don't think they would do any early sales for any of their new games?Right an that same $70 digital launch game will be the same price for like 3 years.
MSRP was 70 euros in the PS store so it's a 10 euro price hike.That's a Eur 20 price hike per game here in Euroland. No more day 1 purchases for me I think.
In the Netherlands (and probably a lot of other euro countries) when buying at retail you tend to pay around 60 euros though.