mazonemayu wrote:The DC has always been known for its strong 2D lineup, why else would a copy of Cannon Spike or Rival Schools fetch 10 times more than Sonic Adventure?
The last time I checked, both of those games were 3D. The gameplay might be in 2D, but they are rendered in 3D.
Also, I think the fact that Cannon Spike and Rival Schools, being pretty late releases in the DC lifetime, probably not moved too many units, while Sonic Adventure, a launch title, was the (supposedly) best selling game on the platform plays into the reason for the price difference.
And just to throw my own 2 cents, as neat it is to see new games come to the DC, I don't really see the value in buying 8 bit style games like Hermes for it, even if they are good games and they only cost 10€. I'd much rather spare the limited life of my DC laser and pay 5-10€ for such a game on Steam.