Sun, 17 June 2007
Whether it's Microsoft having to publicly justify the $10 price tag of Pac-Man Championship Edition and explain the reason why Shadowrun on 360 is $10 more than it is on PC, or news the Sony is "studying" PS3 price cuts...the price of gaming is a big topic of discussion these days. In the second segment we kick off a conversation about game/console pricing that will continue in next week's cast. Have $60 games changed the way you decide what to buy? Have you jumped ship to Gamefly and other rental services to continue enjoying your hobby? And we'd actually like to hear your opinions on it as well, so call that voicemail line and leave us a message--we'll be playing a few of them in part two next week.
As always we begin the 'cast by talking about what we're playing (not much, really) and finish it out by going over some of the feedback from the last few episodes.
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This week's links:
Planet Puzzle League
Prince of Persia
Virtual Console: Punch Out
Final Fantasy IX
Pac-Man Championship Edition
YouTube: Pac-Man C.E.
Gamerscore blog: Lunchtime Conversation (Pac-Man and Pricing)
Level-Up: Disparity from Microsoft Game Studios: Priceless
PS3 price drop only a matter of time
Joystiq: May NPD: Nintendo still on top, industry sales up 49%