I'd be inclined to agree as well, but I guess you need to see how many people say yes. If you DO want to do it, I would recommend at least waiting a little longer, as about 30% of the orders are still in transit.
You can perhaps appreciate my joy in paying US$32 for Zero Zap back in 1983, when money was worth more than now. Using UK inflation that would today be US$90!!!! Quite a lot for not very much. It colours my love for the program a little.
We need to start a Go-Fund-Me page to help right this wrong.
After really enjoying the handheld Mattel Football back in the 1970s I came upon Odyssey2 Football. That two-player action game was awesome for its time! Played and enjoyed it hundreds of times with my friends.
Then one friend got Intellivision which had a mind blowing rendition of Football. Again, played it hundreds of times and derived much pleasure from the experience. Lots of action plus strategy.
Then I purchased the TI home computer and soon saved up enough money for — FOOTBALL. Discovered it was some 1971 mainframe teletype style statistics turn-based “game” clone with ugly graphics. Lipstick on a dated pig.
The sports equivalent of the 1973 Hunt the Wumpus TI conversion.
One of the all-time disappointments in gaming for me. I played it because I paid for it. Zero joy derived. So my vote is for FOOTBALL.