How can Nintendo still ask for 3 or 4 times the price of a game on an iPad?
I stumbled on this advert for this game clearly intended to the teenage girl market, Fashion Boutique or something, 21.99… Really? How do you set this price tag based on the appalling pixelated graphics compared to the high res of everything else released on the market? But even assuming that the production was on par with modern games, I would still be able to purchase equivalent gaming experience for 1/3 of that price. So of course a tablet is more expensive than the DS but I would argue that parents would consider it a better educational investment on the whole. I can only assume that the cost of plastic has gone up massively over last few years so the cartridges and up ridiculously expensive…