Just feels a little shady for Sony to do that. I'll pick it up after I play through the first, but I'm not a fan of bait and change.
There was no "bait and change", genius. The game was advertised at 9.99 from the start.
Overeager forum posters took advantage of a pricing glitch, ran their mouths about it and a few bought it before it was caught and fixed on the store...a matter of minutes.
How is this Sony's fault? How is this konami's? Grow the hell up. The game is solid and worth far more than ten dollars, and both Sony and konami deserve credit for listening to fans for once. Support this effort and maybe other companies like square will get the message about their catalog titles.
But by all means, if you'd rather continue to shit up the thread complaining that Sony somehow owes you four dollars thanks to a "bait and switch" and pass on what is easily one of the strongest games of its generation...please proceed.