From: Vermont, USA
My best interest are for myself, first, and then the consumers, second (as I am one). Company comes third, because I hold no shares in the company nor have a financial interest therein.
I believe in capitalism, but I also think this above quote is the key point as far as our differing priorities. I do understand your perspective, however I have my own perspective as well.
Our first interest, which is why we started this company, is to make sure that games like these continue to be made. We accomplish that by growing our business and keeping our developers in business. We believe in doing everything possible for our customers and internally we spend a lot of time and effort to do the best we can for our customers in every area from game quality to store and site software to shipping prices. but we do not believe in selling games at a price that will make our first goal impossible.
I would like to make every customer happy and keep them that way, but if your overriding goal is that you get the lowest price possible, even if it means no more games in the future, then I'll have to agree to disagree. I don't begrudge any customer looking for the best deal they can find, and we have allowed threads like that before, especially in the general discussion forum. I felt this one, in context and given the timing, had a clear ulterior motive.