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GTA V slipping in the top sellers, time for price drop?

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southparkmayor
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Posted 15 September 2017 - 03:15 AM Edited by southparkmayor, 15 September 2017 - 03:18 AM.

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http://store.steampo...lter=topsellers

 

 

I've noticed that GTA V is slowly going lower and lower on the top sellers and that mixed score doesn't help it. You think R* will drop the MRSP soon for once in it's 2.5 year history on steam? or will they keep competing in stinginess with activision who sells Black ops from 2010 for $40?


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Posted 15 September 2017 - 02:06 PM Edited by HaRdSTyLe_83, 15 September 2017 - 02:07 PM.

its a 2013 game and its still up there, so that tells us alot, they dont need to lower the price by now.. who doesn't own one copy of gta5 by now?


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Posted 16 September 2017 - 07:17 AM

They still sell it for 60$? Holy sh*t dude these guys got their heads so deep up their own asses. They have enough money by now and they continue making money with their mean spirited online mode. The gaming industry has become even more shameless and money hungry than hollywood by now.


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Posted 18 September 2017 - 09:11 AM

its a 2013 game and its still up there, so that tells us alot, they dont need to lower the price by now.. who doesn't own one copy of gta5 by now?

I own 3 copies. 1 physical (PS4) and two digital (PS3 and PC)

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Posted 4 weeks ago Edited by HaRdSTyLe_83, 4 weeks ago.

 

its a 2013 game and its still up there, so that tells us alot, they dont need to lower the price by now.. who doesn't own one copy of gta5 by now?

I own 3 copies. 1 physical (PS4) and two digital (PS3 and PC)

 

 

same, and only the Pc version was bought on sale, so yeah, unless the online playerbase goes down drastically i doubt they drop the price for good, and that isnt happening. we still have more then 50k players per hour, almost double of September 2015

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Posted 4 weeks ago Edited by AiŽaCobŽa, 4 weeks ago.

-top selling games-

 

http://store.steampo...lter=topsellers

 

 

I've noticed that GTA V is slowly going lower and lower on the top sellers and that mixed score doesn't help it. You think R* will drop the MRSP soon for once in it's 2.5 year history on steam? or will they keep competing in stinginess with activision who sells Black ops from 2010 for $40?

Why pay full price or close to full price got a 4 year old game when you can buy it for half the price on G2A?

 

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I haven't paid full price for any of my Games/DLCs ever since i found G2A whether it be PC or PS4


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Posted 4 weeks ago Edited by HaRdSTyLe_83, 4 weeks ago.

G2A is a shot in the dark, some of them are stolen keys and steam does sales for the same price

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Posted 4 weeks ago

G2A is a shot in the dark, some of them are stolen keys and steam does sales for the same price

and to add on to hardstyle_83 post, I have heard some game developers can revoke your key after it has activated
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Posted 4 weeks ago

 

G2A is a shot in the dark, some of them are stolen keys and steam does sales for the same price

and to add on to hardstyle_83 post, I have heard some game developers can revoke your key after it has activated

It is VERY rare that, that happens, I have bought hundreds of games from G2A and never had a key revoked and i've only had ONE issue with an invalid key in which G2A gave me my money back

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Posted 4 weeks ago Edited by HaRdSTyLe_83, 4 weeks ago.

 

 

G2A is a shot in the dark, some of them are stolen keys and steam does sales for the same price

and to add on to hardstyle_83 post, I have heard some game developers can revoke your key after it has activated

It is VERY rare that, that happens, I have bought hundreds of games from G2A and never had a key revoked and i've only had ONE issue with an invalid key in which G2A gave me my money back

 

 

just bcuz it wasnt revoked it doesnt mean it was a legal purchase, just that no legal action was moved to cancell the transaction (its not the keys that are stolen, its the credit card that were used to pay for the said games.)

On Kinguin you know what seller you are buying from and see his credibility/sells,and even that is a bit shaddy.

 

ill stick with Steam/origin/Uplay etc, apart from those only humble bundle

 

 

edit: all of that ^^ doesnt mean your games are illegal, many of them can come from humble bundle and people just selling the keys from games they dont want anyway

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