Not sure how true it is, but 7 out of 10 games flop, so holding out for bargains makes gaming quite cheap. But DLC is my biggest gripe with games, something I just won't pay into, more so when numpties have paid full whack for games. Without people buying them new, there wouldn't be a used market, so thanks to all the guys that buy new games. But new games at them prices, doesn't mean used prices will be any cheaper. Used games selling for more than new games, or used and new games selling for the same price, shows how crazy pricing is. Computer Exchange are the biggest rip off merchants, some of their prices are just plain crazy. But SEGA and NAMCO games always drop in price, I'm not sure how they keep going, more so SEGA. I suppose Max Payne 3 is decent even for under £20, but I recently seen it for £15 new. Anyone who hasn't played it yet, stay away from the PS3 version, as they controller buttons are p**s poor, the same goes for all the Soul Calibur games. I'm 100% convinced that most games flop because of the price they launch at. If games launch at £40, then drop to £20, most people just assume they're crap games. I think there needs to be more realistic prices, even for top games. But I won't pay a penny over £25 for a game, most of which I get for under £15.