... your perception of this conversation is woeful. I did write "launched", which is incorrect - my error there, it's not what I actually meant, so I should use better wording. Absolutely right to point out my mistake there. To explain in full, the site I provided is from the largest video game retailer in the country - it's a web-archive link demonstrating the price All Stars opened for. From the site you posted:LMAO look at you tryna shift the convo away from your nonsense 'Hollywood blockbuster' claim after I made you look stupid.
Your source is clearly reporting incorrect information. The game didn't release last year, it released in February this year. Looks like it's pulling a placeholder date and price.
Pick it up before April 5 if you’re a PlayStation Plus subscriberwww.google.com
And, look at you tryna lowball the number of exclusives Sony has just because they're cross-gen.
I wonder why Xbox fanboys never apply this same logic back to their platform? Lmfao
And if we look back, we can see that the price was dropped from its eye-watering opening dollar figure after a delay. Why do you think that was? I happily wager its because literally no one cared for it from the day it was revealed - which is why they added bots to help with low player numbers four months after launch. Sony doesn't want "games that are ok", remember.The price becomes effective beginning April 6. Obviously, PlayStation Plus subscribers who have already added the game to their collections keep it as long as they maintain their subscription.
As for "low balling" the number of exclusives, you posted "Sony has released 5-6 critically acclaimed exclusives for PS5 already". I didn't low-ball anything - half the games you listed are simply not PS5 exclusives. Instead of trying to score console war points, I suggest trying to understand why someone might write something. So, I will highlight that PlayStation fans apply this logic to Xbox's cross-gen and cross-platform releases, so it seems only fair that PlayStation fans would apply similar logic.