Game Positive+ also confirms that a “Greatest Hits” line is on the way.
“It should be interesting to see how prices compare to games in the Xbox 360’s Platinum Hits collection, which was started in 2006, and currently carries a general price range of around $30. Since the Platinum Hits line was introduced, it has accounted for more than 16% of all software sales on the popular console.”
Ratchet and Clank is a game that I really wanted to get, but I could never justify $60 bucks. Not because the game was not good, but at the time I already had spent close to $200 on games (F1CE, Resistance, and Oblivion). Throwing down another $60 was just too much, and besides, I knew that I would not find the time to really enjoy the game.
Things change when the price falls to $29.99. The articles mention Heavenly Sword and MotorStorm, which are two games I would also like to give a go. More so with Heavenly Sword. I would also like to give Conan a whirl, but I doubt it sold anywhere near enough to get into the Greatest Hits (or whatever they are call it) line.
I have been thinking about dumping Resistance for a while because I have never been able to get into it. Not really my cup of tea. Doubt I will be able to do much with it now, but maybe I can get near enough for one of the boobie games. If I have to spell out Heavenly Sword and Conan you should stop reading this blog.