Posted in: Awesome Videos to Watch Now, Computer Gaming, Interesting People, News, Tech Related and Video On Demand by Dave Parrack on October 10, 2017

Video games are expensive. And yet some people argue that the price has stayed the same for years. In this video Jim Sterling expertly rips that argument apart.

The obvious conclusion to draw from all of this is that while the price of video games has stayed the same for some time, the product has changed completely.

You used to spend $60 and get the whole, finished, AAA game. Now, you spend $60 to get half of a buggy, unfinished game with extra DLC and in-app purchases available.

The best analogy I can think of is chocolate bars. Prices have remained the same for a few years, but the size of the bars has shrunk considerably. Which is an underhanded way of saving money.


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