In one perspective, it may seem logical. Buying two games means paying for both. But what if the game is bundled into one pack -not merely sticking two titles together with a tape, but already merged into one right from the factory?
One retailer in Singapore (or perhaps one of its workers) decided to tag the Forza Motorsport 2 and Viva Pinata bundle as S$139.80.
It’s ok if they’re both new titles, but we’re looking at classics released sometime in 2007. Surely they can’t be still worth their original price, and dual covers are usually put together months after the titles’ individual releases, so I would think this was released around 2008.
I’m sure it’s a case of ‘omg-i tagged it wrong’ incident.