(CriticalIndieGamer) Price tends to be a big factor for people when it comes to buying games. It isn’t a surprise really, people have a limited supply and want to know they are getting their money’s worth. However, a lot of the time this leads to a debate over whether or not length directly relates to the value of the game. On the whole, value for money depends on your experience with the game, not time spent with it. Sometimes however, like in the case of Light, you can be left wondering if it really was a good enough experience to justify the cost.