In a business move that has blown my mind, a number of merchants on Amazon are selling a Game Boy Advance version of theDeal or No Deal game for $128. While the DS version of the same title sells for a paltry twelve bucks, the GBA alternative will cost more than two PS3 games taped together.
Three different sellers are trying to shift this game for over $100, but one brave man is even asking $156 for the thing! We can only assume this is some sort of meta experiment, in which the Amazon sellers are trying to recreate the hit game show by putting us in a real-life "deal or no deal" situation.
Will you deal for $128? That is the question Amazon asks of you. It is a question that has truly shaken my perception of reality to its very core.
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