@mrcraggle: I'm pretty sure that's not how money works.
Games are 60 dollars in the US new. In sweden, they are about 600 Swedish crowns. Now, 60 dollars is more like 400-450 crowns if you exchange it, but that's not the point.
If you buy something in the US which costs 10 bucks, then it costs around 100 crowns here. Sure, some things are more expensive, and some things are less so, but the point is that the prices make sense in the countries where the product is sold.
10 bucks are worth around 100 crowns. Presumably it's worth around 10 pounds. It's also worth around 10 euro. But the exchange rate between all these currencies is nothing like that.
The one real exception to all this, that I know of, is Japan, where I've seen digital downloads for about 7000 yen in the Vita store. Again, 1000 yen is worth around 10 bucks, but the exchange rate is different.
I hope this stuff makes sense. If I'm wrong, please let me know, but this is something I've been thinking about a bunch lately. Thing is, I've been buying my digital stuff from the US PSN for a while now, since even though when you buy those point cards online, they throw on a 'tax' or something (20 dollar PSN card is 25 dollars online, ends up being about 160 crowns, thus effectively saving me about 4 bucks off of every 20 dollars I spend).
Again, anyone, if I'm wrong please explain. Not picking a fight or anything, just curious. Also I know I suck at explaining stuff.