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Old May 18, 2007, 11:01 AM
Jdemon901 Jdemon901 is offline
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Hmm I'm not sure who I agree with here, you both have valid points. I think when it's something you really want to have, the price becomes something that is negotiable. Granted, paying less is always better but it becomes a matter of worth. I recently bought a copy of Sonic Adventure for $15 and it was definitely a matter of "Do I want to pay this much for it?" If it had been $20 I probably wouldn't have spent the money. But as games for DC become harder and harder to find and less people share their copies, their value to collectors will continue to rise.

I really can't see paying $60-70 for ANY game...I think about $40 would be my limit.