Some next-generation games come with a stealth price increase

The next-gen-pricelaunch of the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 ushered in more than the era of high-definition gaming: it also introduced us to the $60 video game.

For many gamers, it was a hard pill to swallow – and while people managed to choke it down, they warily looked ahead, fearful that next generation systems would bring another price bump with them.

Technically, they didn’t. $60 is still the going price for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One games. But emboldened by the success of in-app purchases in the mobile world, some publishers are trying to convince players to pay more in a different sort of way.

Read more at Yahoo! Games

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