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Lots of products, not just games are prices at X9.99. It gives the consumer the illusion that the price is actually cheaper than it really is.

For example, a person may look at a product that is $49.99. And appears to be cheaper than if it was $50 outright, as the first digit is often the dominant digit and retains in the consumer's head.  The product is actually cheaper priced at $49.99, but by an amount so miniscule it's usually not worth worrying about.

I hope that explained something.



So why did they call it the 360?because when you see it, you'll turn 360 degrees and walk away- some guy on Gamespot