Yeah, I see what I did now. I didn't notice the little "ua" in the link. Still really don't understand the variations in region pricing. And I'm not talking about the exchange rate. I mean like that for instance, that it is cheaper in USD than it would be if I purchased it in the states.
The average monthly income in countries like Russia or Georgia won't even be enough to pay a very cheap US rent. (Might be a bit better now in Russia, as it was steadily rising).
To make it possible for countries like that to buy games, you have to adjust the price. And to be honest, I'm ok with that, as I do earn many times the money I would earn in those regions.
That's not the case. Origin charges me (in Cambodia using a Cambodian debit card) significantly more than the US prices I see you guys quoting, and I'm sure no one is going to argue that Cambodians have a higher national average salary than Americans.
Well pre-orders for Indie Face Kick has officially begun... http://indie.gamingallthetime.com
I'm slightly confused. I just clicked on the pre order button, it took me straight to a payment screen, I paid, then it said "thanks for pre ordering the bundle" on the main page. Except, they didn't ask me for an email address or contact details, so how are they going to send it to me?
Oh, and the contact form on the bottom of the page doesn't seem to work.....