The decision to price the PS3 version of Devil May Cry 4 £10 higher than the Xbox 360 version came from retailers, not publisher Capcom, VideoGamer.com has learned.
Speaking to VideoGamer.com, a spokesperson for Capcom said: "We don't set the prices of our games, that's at the discretion of the retailer. In this specific instance, the process has resulted in a price difference, but the process itself is not something we completely control."
While DMC4 is certainly not the first multi-format game to be more expensive on the PS3, in this case some PS3 owners have complained at the higher price for what is essentially the same game on a different console.
High street specialist retailer GAME lists DMC4 with an RRP of £49.99 on PS3 and £39.99 on Xbox 360. Both Play.com and Amazon.co.uk list the same pricing.
Regular readers will know the game, which is due out on both consoles on 8 February, looks in good shape. You an check out why in our recent Devil May Cry 4 hands on. When you've done that, why not check out the latest Devil May Cry 4 trailer on our video player?
How do you feel about having to fork out an extra tenner for the PS3 version of DMC4? Let us know in the comments section below.