You can get PS2 classics (just the last gen) for $10 besides San Andreas because Rocker thinks they are special. PS1 classics are $6 to $10. NES games should be 2-3$ and SNES 4-$5. These are near ancient games, sure it costs money to add in new controls but that's where the price comes in. Besides that they cost pretty much nothing to port. I guess this rules out any chance of me buying any classic games besides Metroid and the old Zeldas. Instead it's 4.99-$5.99 for NES games and 7.99-$8.99 for SNES games. That means besides a few of the rare $10 PS1 classics, SNES games are a few dollars more than most PS1 games on PSN!
The market will respond accordingly. If no one buys them, they'll lower the prices.
So if you want these games, it's your duty not to buy them.
http://gamrconnect.vgchartz.com/profile/92109/nintendopie/ Nintendopie Was obviously right and I was obviously wrong. I will forever be a lesser being than them. (6/16/13)
Nintendo's whole VC is a ripoff.
Crap pricing, no account tied system, you have to pay a fee to download the same game you bought on Wii VC for Wii U VC, no ability to reassign buttons (which PSP/PS3/Vita allow), and painfully slow trod release schedule which now we'll have to start from scratch with on the Wii U.
3DS VC selection is pitiful as well, more than one year on.
The dumbest part is their back catalog should be a huge advantage that they have over Sony/MS, but the way they handle their VC is so anti-consumer that it turns just about everyone off from it.
Given how poorly most PS1 games have aged, I'd much rather play an SNES game any day. So, if anything, they're underpriced.
I was going to say this...
Fact: Grizzly is the best bear. Disagree and he will kill you with his bear hands.
Legend11 correctly predicted that GTA IV (360+PS3) would outsell SSBB. I was wrong.
Biased reviews are a pleasure to read. Just my opinion, of course.
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Could they be cheaper? Sure but it appears that people are willing to buy at that price. Most are still less expensive than the retail cart so I don't see that big of an issue with the pricing.