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12. Re: Morning Consolidation Jan 27, 2012, 14:27 CrimsonPaw
I can afford new game prices, but I refuse to pay $60 for something that, to me, doesn't contain a $60 value. For example, God of War is a great series, but there has not been a game in that series that warrants me putting down $60 for it; to me, $20 is the "value" point.

On the other hand, I was happy to give $60 for Skyrim and will give another $15 - $20 when DLC comes out. To me it's all about value justification (which is derived from a cost to enjoyment time sink ratio)

Given that, if there is a system that will no play used games it'd better have a HELL of a sliding cost scale (much like Steam currently has) because there's not many people that are willing to give up $60 if they can't use credit from past purchases - just my $.02.
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