Starting this Friday, the PlayStation 4 is getting a major price cut in the U.S. and Canada. The console originally launched at $399.99 in the U.S. Starting October 9 it will cost $349.99. This is the first price drop for the PS4 so far. Read More
Many a time I’m sure you’ve rolled your eyes at a digital storefront (like I have) and exclaimed about the high prices of downloadable games. $60 for some data? You’re not even getting a box! Shouldn’t it cost less than it does in brick-and-mortar?
Turns out, the answer actually does have to do with physical copies of games, specifically the supply of them.