NextGN writes: "Think you are paying too much for video games? Well, I’ve got a crazy little tale for you. When I moved to Iceland back in 2007 I was absolutely disgusted with the price of a video game. I thought that selling games at such high prices was consumer robbery. But to the average Icelandic consumer the prices seemed quite normal. Why? Because they could afford it. How much did games cost in Iceland in 2007? 6 – 7, 000 Icelandic crowns; that was roughly 120 to 130USD. Pretty pricey, huh? Well, it’s 2011 now and the price of video-games has doubled, at least for the Icelandic consumer."