@CL60: get someone to buy it for you !
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I agree, VAT should be on all prices imo.. makes things easier.
$60 in the USA with tax it is about $64-68 or so.
I really dont like the way that in america they dont have the VAT on the price... its such a dissappointment when you get to the checkout.
Also in england games are supposed to be £49.99 but they are always £39.99, i guess its one of those marketing things.
@iam3green said:us- about $63, tax son.@Pr1mus said:Try living in Scandinavia with 25% sales-tax :P
60$ in French Canadia so thats 68,34$ with our ridiculous taxes and there's also the occasional Warner nonsense of 70$ as was the case for Mortal Kombat.
Pretty much this! Norway is one expensive fucking country!
Yeah i forgot to say that,i was talking about console games, although i only play on the PC, but PC games cost like 10$ less here in Norway, so it's still like 96$ for a new PC game..
Console games are about £40, but I tend to buy online for £30 - £35. PC games can be anything from £15 - £35, with about £25 being the norm. PC gaming is a much cheaper option for me.
It's a simple question really, how much do games cost in your country?
I see alot of talk about 60$ games being expensive and this is really weird to me..
I know that in Australia they cost 120$ and here in norway they are about 106$..
So what do you guys think, is 60$ too much to ask? imo, no it's not, whenever
I see 60$ games online I think "ooh damn, thats a bargain"