The "pre-owned" effect

Examiner: “You get what you pay for” has never been a phrase associated with the gaming industry. Most games have a pretty consistent price point of $60 ($50 for Wii games) leaving consumers with the unfortunate reality: price doesn’t determine whether or not you’ve just purchased an amazing experience or a forgettable five hours of nonsense. But perhaps times are changing?

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Stuart57563565d ago

Got a third of the way through the article when I said out loud 'Blah, Blah, Blah', then wrote this. If a game and the people that make it aren't worth your money directly (buying new) then don't buy (unless it's a classic game you want to experience again and can't buy it new). Gaming is my only hobby and I'm proud and happy of the fact that I'm a 'Day 1' guy. I don't buy crap games, buying Arkham City tomorrow and then Uncharted 3 next month. Rocksteady and Naughty Dog deserve my money.

gravemaker3565d ago

i just dont buy mediocre games, only the one i'm interedted or blockbusters that i sure of

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