Regional pricing is grossly unfair because it's completely arbitrary. The Canadian and Aus dollars are on par yet we pay 20%-50% more on average for the same copy of a digital item in relation to the USD/Pound/Euro. Our economies are smaller and weaker yet we pay more - because a buck is worth only a buck in it's home country regardless of how currency markets peg them. Then you have other countries whose economies are also weaker but these same publishers charge far less for the exact same product. Cyberpunk here is $80 CDN yet in Russia it's only $34 CDN. And I believe it's even cheaper in a lot of the Latin American and Asian countries. In what fucking universe is that remotely fair?
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