Games shouldn't even be close to what they are now which is why I don't game much anymore.
Movies that cost 200 hundred million to make are $20 and even if you throw in the theater price it's $30 but video games that cost maybe 5 million to make are $70?
video games today cost as much as a movie to make, Also a movie is shown millions and millions of times in movie theaters, and then it's rented an sold to hundreds of millions.
a game is a top seller if it passes 2 million. 5 million then you have a real super seller on your hands.
you can't compare movie and game prices. on top of that, a movie is 2 hours of entertainment, even short games are at least 3 times that, usually plus multiplayer.
NES and SNES games cost as much and often more than games today do. HOWEVER. counting inflation, a 60 dollar game back 20 years ago, was a LOT more expensive than a 60 dollar game today. and back then you didn't have big chains giving you release date rebates on the first week, or bargain bins after a couple of months.
wasn't the original Zelda game like $60 when if first came out too?
i'm pretty sure i read that somewhere. either way though, that shows prices for games really haven't changed all that much. and i doubt any radical changes will happen this generation either