To live in Brazil is a pain in the *** indeed; not only the games has unreal high prices, but everything else is tax-filled; don't even ask me about consoles and PC parts (try to buy a new Nvidia card here without having to sell both of your kidneys). When I buy games from Steam, for instance, the low costs isn't the only think that makes me happier, but the fact that I didn't pay a PENNY to my corrupted government. @WilderEber, @Sheyla_mn and @fefisgbf1, legal mostrar pro pessoal como os games são tratados aqui!* *It's nice to show people how games are treated in here!
Actually, launch games in Brazil cost around 125 american dollars. But it still is expensive.. To avoid those high prices people here in Brazil have to buy at places like eBay and international games e-stores, it's a bit more complicated.
I live in Brazil and the games here are really expensive. What makes them expensive are the taxes the government collects, but with some manifests we are slowly managing to change that.
Oh my goodness.. so expensive in Aus (and Brazil) for games. Not cool... feel bad for the people that live in these places and have to wait or dish out sweet moola for newly launched games.
Is it just me or does the guy who they interviewed about ACR sound like he was going through puberty.
It doesn't seem possible that Assassin's Creed can keep improving with each iteration. Revelations looks amazing!