Jogo Justo in Brazil

Discussion in 'User Submitted News' started by Akotan, Jul 29, 2010.

Jul 29, 2010

Jogo Justo in Brazil by Akotan at 1:56 AM (1,064 Views / 0 Likes) 4 replies

  1. Akotan
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    http://www.jogojusto.com.br/2010/06/o-que-e-o-jogo-justo/

    From Google Translate (corrected):
    Brazilians, muitos acham que isso não deve dar em nada, mas fato é que é o único movimento deste tipo, que tem ganhado alguma notoriedade, nos últimos tempos.

    For all others, you shall know that official game-related products sold here, on Brazil, cost gamers, at least, 2 times more the price you pay at the average retail store. All because of taxes...

    Please, support this and discuss.
    Thanks.
     
  2. soulx

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    This is an English speaking forum. Don't speak in other languages.
    ^google translator
     
  3. Cablephish

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    Yeah, I've been to Brazil, and the prices for games are high as hell. If this idea goes through successfully, that would be great, but it might not go down by much.

    Every bit helps though.
     
  4. Uzumakijl

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    Non machine translation (It may not be perfect):



    It's nice to see Brazil is getting more support i'm sure people will prefer regular games over zeebo hehe.
     
  5. toguro_max

    Member toguro_max GBAtemp Fan

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    I'm suprised someone knows about Zeebo here >-D

    Also, the "Fair Game Initiative" is a huge Leap of Faith on Brazil's gamming history.
    We do not pay twice the price... We pai 3, 4 times the price, if you add the "access to money" most brazilians have (or don't have).
     

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