GameStop’s digital distribution service Impulse is now offering games for Indian users in Indian Rupees.
However, the site does mention that the Indian price is simply a direct conversion of the games’ US prices based on the most recent currency conversion rates.
The GameStop store doesn’t take into account prices set by publishers in India, so most of the games are significantly more expensive than they are at retail in India. For example, Assassin’s Creed: Revelations, which retails for Rs 999 in India, will cost you over Rs 2,800 via the GameStop App.
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