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July 27th, 2012, 13:39
I know many will disagree with me but in a way I think it is , at least partially, justified.

I mean, the price of pizza almost doubled during the last 10 years (at least where I live), I pay more for services; diesel and petrol - like what, tripled? While the price of games remained pretty much the same. 50 Euro today don't buy you the stuff in supermarket it did 8 years ago. And a 10 euro RRP increase in my opinion is fine.

Secondly, I don't remember when I paid RRP for a new game last time. Skyrim was like 35-40 euro on Amazon on day 1. Even if you want all games on Steam - you pre-order online a retail copy and then activate the game (with more and more games today being activate-able). Max Payne 2 went on 50% sale almost instantly after release. And the list of discount opportunities goes on and on.
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