EA's adorable adventure game Unravel is up on the PSN. It's also really cheap.
Thats a good price but when you said Dirt Cheap, i was expecting $1.99 or something :D
Sorry :( still pretty cheap. Need a chart for levels of cheapness... On topic though, the way this was presented at E3 I assumed full retail package. Or has this been known a while?
Well, its a small project so for it to cost 60$ is a way overkill. Its not known, its just an assumption. 60$ is usually for AAA and movie cash in titles.
fair point, I just assumed this one would be 39.99 minimum, cus, you know, EA...
well it's $19.99 for the game, but it's EA wait until you see the price of all the downloadable yarn packs! /s
Yeah and Im still waiting if they are going to release it to retail. One online store I frequent has a few games listed for retail release that dont even have a proper release date let alone announcement of digital only/retail release. Unravel is listed and it costs 60€ according to the store (but not released yet) Just checked. They have boxed copies up for preorder for XBO and PS4 and it seems they settled on a price too. Though release day according to the page is 31.12.2016
Are kidding with me,, no it's not cheep,,,,cheep ha you made laugh 😁
Whoa, $20 is a great price. Picking this up. surely!
Surprised at how long it is taking the big publishers to target this price point. With child of light, korra, and this it seems they are all testing the waters though. Good news, not every game needs to be a $60 8-11 hour campaign (with collectables), a multiplayer mode, and a season pass.
If its good I will get via EA Access and get a little more off the top (10%).
It looks nice but like all things EA I'll keep a safe distance and observe.
I felt so bad for the dude who presented this at E3. You could tell he had stage fright. OT: This game looks really neat and glad these types of games are making a comeback. I loved Ori and I'll probably like this too.
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