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Tobias95

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Games are VERY expensive. How much would you pay? I did pay 540 NOK kr (its somthing like us 90$) for Kid Icarus uprising and are willing to pay it for Project X zone if it dont comes on eshop.

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liavcol

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50$ max.

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CanisWolfred

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$45 USD. After tax.

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It depends on the game really.

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theblackdragon

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CanisWolfred wrote:

$45 USD. After tax.

that's probably about my price limit as well. then again, i only buy physical copies if i can, so i know i can trade them in afterward or resell them. if we were talking eShop retail downloads, my price limit is probably around $30-ish, and it'd better be a damn good game since I'm stuck with it, lol.

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brooks83

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$0, but then again I don't own a 3DS.

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Geonjaha

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I tend to pay £30 for new retail games. If it was a game I really wanted though I suppose I'd go up to £35. Any more than that and I'd just wait for a discount - even if it was Animal Crossing (it hurts just saying it).

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A good 3DS game? $39.99.

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Aquilalex

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Here in Mexico for Monster Hunter Ultimate 3DS I will pay (and actually I already do) $850 Mexican pesos and that converted to USD is something like 65 dlls so don't cry people :(

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Morpheel

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Aquilalex wrote:

Here in Mexico for Monster Hunter Ultimate 3DS I will pay (and actually I already do) $850 Mexican pesos and that converted to USD is something like 65 dlls so don't cry people :(

It could end up being cheaper on the eShop like most 3rd party titles :D

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6ch6ris6

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40€ for download retail games
45€ for packadged retail games

but i always try to get games as cheap as possible

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Aquilalex

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Morphtroid wrote:

Aquilalex wrote:

Here in Mexico for Monster Hunter Ultimate 3DS I will pay (and actually I already do) $850 Mexican pesos and that converted to USD is something like 65 dlls so don't cry people :(

It could end up being cheaper on the eShop like most 3rd party titles :D

Indeed if only Nintendo start to sell prepaid cards officially, because actually it doesn't :(

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CM30

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The same price I'm willing to pay for any 3DS game. So about 30-40 pounds.

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SCAR392

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$40 or $60 + tax depending on the game for 3DS or Wii U respectively.

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KAHN

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this certainly does bring up an important question; how much are you willing to pay for games? it seems to me that the newer and cleaner the games and consoles get, everything starts to cost more. it all depends on where we draw the line on what is or isn't too expensive. i don't think anyone would pay more than $60 dollars for a console game. i think $60 is still expensive. i always buy my games used and at retail, that way if i don't like it i can return it or resell it. i don't want the money i spent going to waste! the economy is rough, so i doubt gamers are willing to pay anything above $60. as for 3DS games, i think $40 is a fair price.

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If I had a choice between spending $100 or never playing KIU or FEA ever again, I'd pick spending $100.

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Well, Mike Tyson's Punch-Out used to cost $40 for NES(I know, because I had a sealed one with the price tag, and the wireless Acclaim remote was $40, too), along with other items, and now it costs $0.30 or $5. The first NES was $250 with R.O.B.
All the value has accumulated from way back then, even though inflation and money translation says otherwise. $250 has been translated to $500 in today's market.
We are still pretty much paying the same price for Wii U as people did for NES back in the 80's, except there has been improvements to say the least.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but the prices do make sense for the most part.

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Fiv3Score

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Games are already too expensive, but that's how they make money. I'm only willing to pay full $40 (+tax) for a couple at release. Otherwise, I'd rather wait for a sale. $30 would be a much more reasonable price

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ianmage1

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I'm lucky to live in a state without a sales tax. I'd probably pay $45 max. I don't see how a 3DS game could cost much more than $40 unless it had a special accessory included in it.

For Wii U games, the prices need to be no higher than $60; I think $60 is really expensive and I have to REALLY want a game in order to justify purchasing it. So far, I haven't come across a game that I REALLY want; I'll be waiting for 3D Mario, Mario Kart U, and HD Zelda.

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pixelman

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Digitally, never any more than $10-20. At retail, $30-40 if the game's a really good one — otherwise I just wait for a deal/price drop.

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