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Can somebody breakdown the $60 price tag for a game and explain why in most cases physical copies are the same price as digital ones?in Gaming Discussion on 04 June 2013
Goatseye said: I have trouble reasoning and coming up with an answer for the same price tag between physical copy of a game and a digital one. And why does the price of games tend to stay higher in digital form for longer than physical form? ex:Modern Warfare 3 is still $59.00 on XBL and on Amazon it goes for $33.72 new free...
Half of the reason behind the price of the PS3 at launch was the Blu-Ray player. The console was cheaper than most stand-alone Blu-Ray players at the time, now you can get a player for about half the price of the super slim PS3 model. This will help bring the price down. Not to mention Sony went with an independant hardware system whereas from what i've heard they're heading the the direction...
A 3m lead is nothing for an entire years worth of extra sales. Put the PS3 and 360 in an aligned launch and it shows, the only reason the 360 has a 3m lead currently is because it's been out longer. Other than that the PS3 has outsold the 360....
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