On 2012-03-22, Troy_Costisick wrote:
Brett, an Amazon ebook costs ten dollars and it's not even a physical object. The new hot mommy-secret-pleasure novel, 50 Shades of Grey, costs about ten at Wal-Mart. Most board games are ten to twenty, with high end games like Axis and Allies being fifty or sixty. You are definately right that we can make games for less, but I think the production values would be quite poor. And if we want to attract people to the hobby, don't the products need to be attractive?