X360, PS3 and some big PC titles are currently priced at $60 as their full price. For us PC gamers have to imbrace a $10 price increase and screaming its too high and some console gamer have already done that. Maybe you should look at what our parents had to pay for our games.
There is a Toys R Us commerical aired during Christmas Season of 1990 showing the prices of two NES games. Tetris was priced at $55 and Super Mario Bros 3 $70. This might not be alot of money for some people, but adjusting to inflation for today's money, the two games would be priced at $90 and $115.
Crysis 2 is priced at $60, that would be the equivalent at $35 comparing to prices in 1990.