Anyone else see this? http://www.fairplay-campaign.co.uk/front.htm Fairplay wants everyone in the UK to boycott games the first week of Dec. because they claim that no game should cost $50 dollars, when they can be sold for $20. I mean sure I'm all for cheaper games, but don't they relize that they will only be hurting retails and video game publishers, both of which are having some difficult times right now? I mean sure they arn't going bankrupt or anything, but alot of publishers are having problems making money and posting loses, Eidos, Acclaim, Capcom, some others. The publishers of these games won't actually be affected at least not directly, if you think about it the retailers are the ones that are going to be hurting since they already bought the product from the publishers, and it will just be sitting there. They try to compare the movie industry to the gaming industry, which in some senses makes sense as they are both forums of entertainmnet, and both cost alot of money to make. But then they try to compare DVD's to Games, which isn't fair, movies have a first run in theaters and make most of there money back there, if the movie is successful, then the studios get even more profit from the sales of DVD's, video games don't have this option all they have is the first time it comes out to make money. They also claim that video game prices distract from creativity, which in a sense could as a publisher doesn't want to risk a huge some of money on something that isn't going to be successful, but if games were cheaper your telling me that there would be more creative titles out then there are now? Please. I just thought I would post my 2cents.