I've wondered about this a while. Some time ago, in april last year, I went to China. (Long story short, to visit someone who was living there for a year). While there I asked this person if she knew any shops in the area where I could buy cheap games, as I remembered old '200 in 1' gba games. She brought me to this underground market, full with shops with copied DVD's (got the whole collection of Mash for a friend), and pc games and everything of the likes. We asked around for DS games, and after a while we finally found someone who was selling them. The problem was, the price was around, taken mind with the currencies, around 20 euro (atleast the person I knew there told me it was that much). For no apperant reason I was holding my DS box next to me, and the shopkeeper signed over to see it. He asked me in broken engrish if I could show him a game. I did, and suddenly he took it and told 20 euro. I was supriced, but he explained this time, saying something around the lines of 'I give you 20 euro'. At first I was supriced, but this man looked desperately asking me for this game. I refused even though the game was bought in a bargain bin. I took back the game, and walked on. He followed me to a while, till I stopped near one of his partners (or so it seemed, as they had the exact same products and price tag). This man also offered me 20 euro for my game. This went on for a few stalls, then I walked back to safety of copied DVD heaven. (Always fun looking at The Day After Tomorrow 2 like tittles) My own guess is their censored internet, enabling them not to download roms and the likes, what do you guys think?