Alright, first let me say that Twisted Metal: Black is a great game, and a must have for the PS2. Great graphics, great sound, and deeply twisted characters and storylines. Unfortunately, I had to wait an extra four days to get my hands on it. I live in Canada, and Electronics Boutique was the only store in my town to have this game on its launch date. Their price: $79.99 Cdn. This equates to approximately $53 US. Knowing that this is too much for a PS2 game, and finding that Future Shop's price would be $66.99 (approx. $45 US), I was forced to wait the four days to get a copy of TMB. This is not the only instance of price gouging perpetrated by EB. They sell most of their used games for what other stores sell the games for new, and all of their PS2 games cost more than everywhere else. I choose not to shop there, and I hope other Canadians will join me in not using their stores for their gaming purchases. Or at the very least, look around first to make sure they are not being ripped off. Hopefully EB will get the message. Sorry for the rant.