The decision to price the PS3 version of Devil May Cry 4 £10 higher than the Xbox 360 version came from retailers, not publisher Capcom, VideoGamer.com has learned.
Speaking to VideoGamer.com, a spokesperson for Capcom said: "We don't set the prices of our games, that's at the discretion of the retailer. In this specific instance, the process has resulted in a price difference, but the process itself is not something we completely control."
Wasn't there another post on this a few days ago where they said it was part of their "Business Model"?
thats' odd, up until now i always thought that PS3 games and 360 games were sold the same, at least thats how it is in Canada
I knew it all along, just covering up some garbage, I never "knew" retailers could set their own price all of a sudden. Capcom just needs to come clean and stop trying to dust something under the rug.
They used to be the same price initially in stores. But I asked some of them why now do PS3 versions cost more, and they said "because it costs more to develop it on Blu-Ray", which implies the retailers are being charged more for PS3 games by the publishers.
But this article contradicts that.
Someone is lying.
Either way, I buy my games from Online retailers that charge the same for both platforms.
Yeah..wtf!? I didn't even know the 360 version was cheaper! That's just plain dirty and it needs to be fixed asap!