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    Default How do you get you money's worth out of games?

    I dont know about any of you guys/girls but one thing always comes to my mind about games. How do I get my money's worth out of the game? Do I enjoy it and call it a day? Do i play it a lot? Well I'm here to explain my system of how i deem my games to money ratio. I usually first factor in the cost of the game. If it is a new game, usually i put it at 60$, ( used games obviously differ based on the age of them.) I try to base my games on a 50 cents, to $1 an hour basis. I get a game that costs 60 dollars, I at LEAST play it for 60 hours. If i enjoy this game immensely and still cant put in 60 hours after an extremely long period i still feel good about money spent. Obviously other factors play in like quality of game play, and multi player or campaign experience. However i tend to gravitate towards how long i play a game and how much fun i have as a basis on money well spent. What is your opinion? how do you get your money's worth out of games?

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    never paid one cent for a game (wii).....wiiiso.com & usbLoader baby

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