Sure, it sounds like a good idea. It may help attract more PC gamers or even help persuade some console gamers to give PC gaming a try since they can save a ton of money. I notice PC game sales tend to have big titles go as low as $5 whereas big console sales usually stay in the $18-25 range unless the game is over a year old.
#_#; Ah well I finished college right when the economy collapsed so for a while I just had to try to earn some money to help out at home. I got into eBay and started selling old, rare games but then also started to learn about all kinds of free promotions, legit work at home jobs and other online tasks that could earn money or gift cards easily. o.o; So I started to rack up hundreds of dollars in Amazon and BestBuy giftcards which I now use to get practically any game super cheap. That combined with my addiction to checking CAG every few hours allows me to find ridiculously cheap prices on new games. #_#; I mean I bought the White Assassin's Creed 3 Vita bundle with a 4GB memory card, PS All Stars and 3 months of PS+ for $179.99 + tax..
I know about distractions. #_#; Since 2008 I've amassed a huge haming backlog. I start playing a game and then just stop and rush out to buy more. sweatdrop When I was a kid I only got new games like 3-4 times a year. Now that I'm an adult and I can get them whenever I want.. I go overboard. gonk But most recently I got Disgaea 3. gonk Been like a month and I'm still doing the tutorial.