GS News - PS4, Xbox 720 games to cost $70, says analyst
Michael Pachter believes sticker price for next-gen software to jump $10 over current generation, Wii U performance has been "underwhelming."
They should sell are games by it's rating going forward:
9.5 = $99 as to DARK SOULS 2
9.0 = $70
8.5 = $50
8.0 = $40
7.0 = $30
then 6.0 games under = $25 and unders..
People like Pachter are the reason this industry will face another crash since the 80's, If that happens, we can blame the publishers and other game corporations for ripping off gamers.
They still think that we are simple thinking idiots that just want to play games for a higher price, fuck that shit.. We as the gamers are not stupid idiots, we do value money for a certant game when its about price and content..
I do hope it backlash on them very soon..
70 bucks for video games?! That's draining more blood from gamers more than usual. I would have wrote more, but I was distracted by Maxwell's pecks showing through his shirt and jacket..........yep my mind is stuck on that.
I have no respect for analysts. They predict very logical things and even then they are only right 50% of the time. Based on what I've heard from Michael Pachter it appears he is wrong more often.
Perhaps Xbox and PS will launch with 70 dollar/euro games. I remember that the PS3 did the same thing (and the PS2 as well at the end of its lifecycle). However as soon as there is competition they'll drop the price. So lets hope this generation will be just as competitive as the last with no clear winner or loser.
@InvadingKnight That's easily the dumbest thing I've ever heard
You're advocating that game developers should sell their products (despite all development costs) based on the opinions of gaming """journalists""" and websites? Clearly you have no idea how the business world or the real world work, and quite honestly I'm embarrassed to share a species with you.
You sir are a fucking idiot
He is excruciatingly irritating! There is no one on this planet that I would like to headbutt more than Maxwell.