Tellaerin said:You're not seeing it because you don't want to see it.
I doubt that 25% of the additional revenues would go back into development. I suspect it would be substantially less. Even if there were marginal budget increases, it wouldn't make much of a perceptible difference in the amount or quality of the products we were receiving. The only real differences would be that the publishers would be making more money (which is great if you're the CEO or a shareholder, but pretty much irrelevant otherwise) and that the consumer would be getting reamed to make that possible, since they're the ones being forced to give up the ability to resell the games they've bought.
If you really believe that getting rid of the used game market will lead to some sort of videogaming utopia, then you need to put down that Kool-Aid glass.
Your on drugs or something. I said DEV's get a SHARE OF USED SALES DUDE!
im feeling dickish so lets have fun
used sales... means used games... means trade ins????
unless you can make used copies out your ass then..
READ AGAIN TARD