I don't think anyone is really happy about paying more, it's just that we understand why it is how it is. Games had been 60 dollars at launch for nearly 3 generations before the price increase. How many things do you know of that still cost the same now as they did in the early 2000s? The sad reality is that the dollar has been losing value for a long time. When you take this into account, we're honestly lucky we didn't see a price hike sooner.