For point #2, I can't entirely speak for games pricing. However, $60 for a game today is cheaper than games were 15-20 years ago on an inflation-adjusted basis. And in the past, you'd still get games that would last 8 hours, yet would cost more in today's dollars. I think gamers are a little spoiled in this regard.
I hear this one passed around frequently but it's a bit of a fallacy. It ignores the fact the market itself for gaming has grown significantly. The reason that the cost has largely stayed the same is because they are still making a lot more money to scale than they used to thanks the market being a lot larger with more platforms and revenue sources. I don't think gamers are spoiled in this regard at all, you can't just adjust things based on old inflation rates while ignoring all other factors.
The value proposition for the consumer is a separate matter from the profitability of games anyway.
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