What makes a game valuable? Sorry if you're just rolling out of bed from a Saturday night hangover, and I'm dropping a major question on you, but where does value come from when we're talking about videogames? It's a question cropping up more and more as DLC and non-retail releases start becoming more and more popular. How does one decide when a game is actually worth $60 dollars? We only paid $50 for Super Mario Galaxy and that was worth more than most $60 games.
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