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Worthy games shouldn't be excluded from GOG because of their lower price points.
With some of the Super 5 bundle deal games base price being less than $5.99, does this mean this feature has been completed? http://www.gog.com/forum/general/super_5_five_new_indies_up_to_80_off/post47
I could go for 2.99, like with 5.99 and 9.99. I do like the stability of the current 2 price brackets.
RE:"A very Very needed feature would be to Add all the Oddworld games into a single package and sell it for $10.00"
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But not all lower price point games can be easily bundled like that. some either need to be sold separately(overpriced at 6) forced awkwardly into a bundle that makes no sense or get passed over
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speaking of bundles they also they need to sell(in addition to continuing with separately) the d&d bundles http://www.impulsedriven.com/products/ESD-IMP-W3220http://www.impulsedriven.com/products/ESD-IMP-W2574
A very Very needed feature would be to Add all the Oddworld games into a single package and sell it for $10.00
Very many indie games have standard price points <$5. Cthulhu Saves The World and VVVVVV would do well on GOG - but not at $5.99.
Oh, I wasn't aware of the expression "price points", which seems to be the same as "price tags". So the title is fine. Still, the description "Worthy games shouldn't be excluded from GOG because of their lower price points." is a little weird. It should read something like "Worthy games shouldn't be excluded from GOG because they are not worth $5.99".
But yeah, still a neat ideia for some new obscure releases.
Let me see if I got this right: you're requesting that there should be games on the catalog with a regular price tag below $5.99? If it's that, I think the title is a little confusing, perhaps something like "Add a lower price tag than $5.99 for more obscure/unpopular games". In some cases this could be pretty good, even though I like the current solution to many older games that are sold bundled with sequences (https://secure.gog.com/en/gamecard/might_and_magic_6_limited_edition). There are indeed a few games I don't think are worth the price tag, so I'd only buy them when in a promo. But the catalog could feature more varied and really old (read: before mid 90's) the GOG Team wouldn't add today because they don't think it amounts to $5.99. Perhaps a price tag of $2.99 would allow us to venture into more obscure DOS gems.
"Worthy games shouldn't be excluded from GOG because of their lower price points."
What? Is this a thing? It doesn't make sense, what the heck?
Please explain further.
Couldn't those games just be priced at $6?
A very needed feature