Oof, 20 bucks? Maybe for 10 I would check that out. Hell, maybe 15. 20? That's a bit much isn't it?
Be honest, you wouldn't pay $10 either. I always find it weird when people start analyzing to exact amounts how much a game is worth to them. I can understand that in certain circumstances perhaps, but for me, 99% of the time I'm either interested enough to buy a game, or I pass. Even a dollar is too much to pay for a game I don't really want to play. I mean, right? Maybe it's just me. I do already own way too many games and am conscious of it, so perhaps that plays a part in my mentality.
It's a value proposition, and it's very much ingrained into our society.
Would you pay $20 for a McDonald's hamburger? I mean, either you are or you aren't interested in eating a McDonald's hamburger, so what does the price matter?
Would the problem here not be the fact that McDonalds are just spitting in your face at that price point?