well, in that case, the rest of the world that doesn't use dollars or euros are paying more than you, cause of the money conversion since payments are only in those to denominations. In my case, they charge me in dollars, in my credit crad, then its converted to pesos, then the bank adds an little % for the money transfer.
But I agree with you, it should be the exact conversion ammount from dollars to euros. like $13.99 and €10.20
Edited, Nov 14th 2010 10:36pm by RdeLeo
****, I feel bad for Aussies who buy games in general.They sometimes pay up to twice what U.S./EU players do just for the boxes.
Yep, I paid 99.99 for my FFXIV copy and that was after EBgames competely balled up the CE here in Australia at which point, I missed out on a CE edition, then had to wait for stock to arrive here in Aus. All in all I started almost a month late, which didn't worry me too much but I really would of liked to get a CE copy.
I should of just ordered it from the States tbh.
Most mainstream MMORPG's all cost 99.99, ****, 99.99 is the standard price for new releases here across all platforms, some places are 109.99 and some even more popular new releases are 119.99. Edited, Nov 15th 2010 7:29pm by Taemek