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Taxes are costs in my book....that's how government prevents profit and takes your money you earn and wastes it on a big black hole... :)

Just imagine if the internet was taxed....it would soon die....just like businesses do when they are over taxed by city, state, national, international....on and on...

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Can you please stop derailing my thread thank you, the original topic has nothing to do about your rambling about taxes and muh capitalism

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Fallcon   

Nah. This game is well worth it's price tag and I want this to be well supported by the developers. They need that money. It's come so far in development already.

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Psyrus   
5 hours ago, Peerun said:

Is this even an OWI-only business? I am thinking Steam has some say in it, too, right?

 

http://www.pcgamer.com/the-weird-ecomomics-behind-steam-prices-around-the-world/

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The next step is determining the price for other regions. When you submit a game to Steam, Valve automatically suggests prices for local currencies in other regions. You have the option to change these numbers at will, but a suggestion is made. It's unclear how exactly these suggested prices are determined—likely a combination of current exchange rates, regional sales trends, and other factors. (Valve did not respond to our request for comment.)

 

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