Selling a Game: Pricing
Posted by Write the Game [HTML][XML][PERM][FULL] on 6 February 2010, 3:05 am
Back in the day, video games came with three price-tags. New, second-hand, and rented. These days, games come with a staggering variety of prices, from the wallet-friendly ‘free’ all the way up to the £100+ mark. Strangely, these prices do not equate very well with the usual labels we like to use. You would imagine ‘casual’ [...]

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