Hmm. I would have to say that the most expensive video game I bought was actually an audio only computer game called grizzly gulch western extravaganza for $40.00. Mom and I both thought that the price was a little steep and so did the rest of the blind gaming community since most of the audio games developed are created usually by a one man operation or sometimes maybe even two or three people, and you don't make a lot of money with audio gaming alone. You're better off making mainstream games accessible so that everyone may play them and enjoy them. This way, people with disabilities may play with everyone else on an equal playing field and can enjoy the same kinds of games the rest of the gaming world enjoys without being segregated from the rest of society.