I was looking at the games on demand section recently and I noticed that Fallout 3 was priced at $29.99 for the non game of the year edition. Then I went to look at Best Buy and they had Fallout 3: Game of the Year edition for the same price (which includes all the DLC for the game) and the regular Fallout 3 NON-USED for only $19.99. I thought that downloadable games were supposed to be cheaper because there is no production costs for the disk and the packaging? Or is this just some kind of set price that will never change? If this is supposed to convince me to buy from the games on demand section, it's certainly not very appealing. I would suggest changing some of the prices around to compete with retailers.