I suppose the truth hurts.
Every company would love to have their games stay at the original RRP for a long time, but they are usually forced to move into lower price brackets if they don't want to be completely forgotten. Maybe it helps if you think about games in two categories:
1. THE game to get.
A game that fits into category 1 can maintain a high price and high sales. Games of category 2 need to slash their prices to remain alive.
Nintendo just so happens to make more category 1 games than anybody else, so they can have both high software prices and high back catalogue sales.
I have so much to say against your dumbass but i can tell from people who have been here way longer then me that you are just generally stupid and ignorantly biased so i dont really care. You are not worth my unvaluable time.......thats sad but true. Get the fuck outta my thread, i love free speech but i hate stupidity so that completely rules you out.
If you feel so inclined ya faggot, make a thread about me in some weird "i am butthurt cause i think someone hates Nintendo" thread. I dont give a shit, just please get the hella outta my thread ya nutjob
User moderated - BristowLast edited by Miguel_Zorro - on 02 November 2017