Even More Grumpy Grandad
- 25 Sep 2012
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Has there been any hint of the prices that PS4 games are likely to be sold at ?
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Given that EA led the way with attempting to raise prices for the current generation and that they've already stated that they are increasing RRP prices to £54.99 then it's a fairly safe bet that most games will be at or below £54.99 RRP.I'm gonna assume next gen will be £59.99 rrp
So what your saying is, to eat out, go to the cinema or have a few drinks are expensive as wellI hope they keep the prices the same as the PS3 but we shall see.
Games prices whether they raise them by £5 or not aren't cheap. However, I look at the price and compare it to other entertainment. A meal out for two can easily be £30-£40 if not more for one evening. A film at the cinema for two sets you back nearly £20 and that's for 1.5-2 hours entertainment. A few drinks down at the pub one evening can be £20 or more. So when I look at the hours of entertainment I get out of a game costing £40 (or £45 if the price goes up), it doesn't seem quite so bad.