I vote that if your gonna be on PS Home you must deposit a $50 PSN card... No questions asked and the funds must only be used on HOME...
I might pick one up soon to restock my PSN wallet, that or a $20 card. I'm eyeballing that 400 Days DLC for Telltale's The Walking Dead
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I disagree with you interpretation of gouging as you do mine...
I'm not using an "interpretation" of price gouging, I'm using the actual definition: charging an unfair price when no alternative is available. If you're talking about something else, don't use the term "price gouging." Definitions of words are not open to interpretation.
Why this thread didn't stop here is beyond me, it has nothing to do with "price gouging".
The subject should've read; " Do you think Home Devs are overpricing items.
Then again, "overpriced" is a matter of opinion, even though it can be defined.
To use an in world example;
A Dev makes an LMO that is so awesome and cutting edge, they know everyone will want it.
They price it at $9.99 based on supply and demand. High demand, limited supply.
Now one may counter argue with, there is no limited supply of virtual goods.
While this true, the supply in this case isn't based on the available amount of an item, it's based on the the supplier, which is one.