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Europe - Little Inferno sees permanent price reduction

I don't know that this is a good indicator of Little Inferno's success (or lack thereof), but it's certainly a good thing for consumers. Nintendo of Europe has confirmed that the recent price drop for Little Inferno is now its official price. The game will now be permanently available for the sale price.

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04 Feb 2013 14:12

It may also be a reaction to the lower prince point on iOS devices.
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04 Feb 2013 14:13

Good $9.99 was always the correct price. Especially with therecent ios release of 4.99.
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04 Feb 2013 14:20

SatoAilDarko wrote:Good $9.99 was always the correct price. Especially with therecent ios release of 4.99.

I thought this "game" was little more than an interactive fireplace? If so $9.99 is still way too high for me.
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04 Feb 2013 14:27

I hope they do the same on the US eShop too. I don't have a Wii U yet but I'm very interested in this "game", but the price seems too high for its content.
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04 Feb 2013 14:29

Mike_Intellivision wrote:It may also be a reaction to the lower prince point on iOS devices.

Yeah, that's what I was thinking too.
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04 Feb 2013 14:29

BlueRangerVegeta wrote:
SatoAilDarko wrote:Good $9.99 was always the correct price. Especially with therecent ios release of 4.99.

I thought this "game" was little more than an interactive fireplace? If so $9.99 is still way too high for me.


No, it's definitely a game. More so than just an interactive fireplace.

Sure the fireplace is the main mechanic but the game has a beginning, middle, and end with "objectives" along the way.

I picked the game up for $10 during the sale, and I believe that $15 is a tad too much for it and $10 is a little more accessible, but it definitely is a game that's about the journey and that's about it.

There's little incentive to return back to the game afterwards unless you want to replay the story or finish up some combo's (unfortunately there's no incentive for doing so after the game is over, at least I don't think there is, it's not telegraphed to the player).

The game also isn't for everybody because of all of this, so I can still totally understand trepidation at the $10 price point.
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04 Feb 2013 15:09

It's worth experiencing, especially at this price

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