seems I missed something indeedRyos said:"GameBoy Advance Successor Confirmed
Does Nintendo have ADD?
[June 19, 2004] — David Gosen of Nintendo Europe confirmed that the company is already working on the next GameBoy system—a system other than the Nintendo DS. The announcement came at the ELSPA conference in Europe.
The new system is to compete with the Sony PSP. In fact, if the PSP does well, Nintendo will rush development of the new system to have it out for 2006. Otherwise, expect to see the new system, which is dubbed "GBEvolution", in 2007."
Not for us, but for the company. They'd find a happy medium to charge everyone for an average to make sure they still broke out with a good profit. And there'd still be games that cost more than others like Tactics Ogre Advance did since its one of the largest carts on the GBA.cloudvii said:Not always. Th NeoGeo old AES cartridges were sold for nearly the same prices when you compare a small game like "Zupapa" to say a big one like "Matrimelee"
I would bet dollars to dougnuts the larger game cost more to manufacture. If the price charged was the same then the larger game made less profit per cart.Not always. Th NeoGeo old AES cartridges were sold for nearly the same prices when you compare a small game like "Zupapa" to say a big one like "Matrimelee"