Excepting from the two “system seller” games Luminary of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and Wonderful Mario Odyssey there are wholly a number of Nintendo and third function games on offer. But yet sales are altogether good.For me as a PC gamer the era of €60 games looks like primordial history. Unless you really, undeniably want to play Skyrim on a handheld spiral-bound notebook (unlikely), or don’t have a PC able to run a 6 year old match (even less likely), why would you hanker after to pay 4 times more for the same meeting? I can overlook the fact that the amusement is 6 years old. I can overlook the fact that playing it handheld means you run out of battery after a few hours. For me that unprejudiced doesn’t look like okay value for money.Tobold’s Blog Most filled price games on Steam are cheaper than that, and I don’t as per usual buy full price games; I be struck by enough games in reserve to be adept to wait until I get the same recreation for half price or less. That hasn’t kept me from looking what games there are for the calm. I haven’t played anything on my Nintendo Lash yet, as I technically only get it for Christmas. What is not so all right is the pricing.Prime example: Skyrim. But why does this devices which is sold on Steam for €14.99 expense €59.99 on the Nintendo Change-over?