The price of the package doesn't really matter to most companies, they make dirt from physical sales, and they make up for it with DLC. Nintendo doesn't do much DLC, and they do value individual sale of their product more. Although I do disagree with it. Why spend $80 on Super Mario Odyssey in 2018-19 when you can get Red Dead 2 for $80, and cheaper during major seasons like Christmas. Their games don't hold their value like they believe they do.
In fact, they do. That is the principal reason about strong Nintendo´s retro consoles success.
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