由 Frodo Firehawk(Mac) 發表：And also, you got think of some games, like skyrim, Fallout etc, are all games capable of being modded to hel and back again. So, say Skyrim (this is just hypothetical), was 20$ for console and 50+ on steam, well think about all the ♥♥♥♥ that you can do for the game on your pc. Basically you can put so much mods into one game via pc than you could possibly dream with a console.
由 Dreakon 發表：The publisher wouldn't price a game so differently for the PC for something as unreliable as user-generated content. They may support mods and even go to lengths to make modders lives easier, but I'd be surprised if it was recognized by the publisher/developers as an official feature of the game. Especially one that would drive its price up.
由 Aldaron 發表：Brick-and-mortar stores like Gamestop have also publicly said that if publishers begin massively undercutting them through digital distribution platforms then they will stop carrying the publisher's games.Cheaper games on digital platforms cut into their retail game sales and it completely removes the massive profit they get from used games sales.
由 Satoru 發表：And if you STILL think Valve has some kind of say in the pricinghttp://games.on.net/2012/12/green-man-gaming-blames-price-hike-for-bl2-and-xcom-on-2k-games/They dont
由 Dutchgamer1982 發表：What I did notice is that many pc games in retail store.. are priced down BEFORE they are priced down in steam.for example I can buy a morrowind complete version for 4,99 at free record shop.it's 19.99 in steam.and so on..where for new titles.. steam usually is a few euro's cheaper..