Discussion in 'Gamers' Pulse' started by Der SchattenJager, Jan 25, 2010.
Usually by like $10.
probably cause pc games have a hard enough time selling, they might as well lower the price to try to get some sales
Good news for me then
In the process of building a new rig. Dragon Age, ME2, and BioShock 2 all $49.99
They cost less to make. And no console manufacturer certifcation costs/cut.
You buy X amount of games over the course of X amount of years. That's ten dollars per game that you're saving from not buying said game for a console. After "saving" that ten dollars per game for a couple years you then use that money to upgrade your computer, no? So to me, it ends up costing the same
Could be wrong, but that's my opinion of what happens. Of course people start sugar coating it and shit so that they don't have to admit that they get taken and they can still be elitist about being PC crew. Am I close?
But the savings go toward something that benefits you.
This is the correct reason.
yeah but the thing is people buy a top pc and use it for stuff other than gaming like visiting this forum
i also tax deduct all my PC hardware... every dime... so that doesn't bother me... i can't tax deduct my consoles
I do the same thing.