As an avid gamer (PC primarily), I'm regularly scouting out new games that seem interesting and comparing the price of buying Retail here in Aus (EB Games) against buying Retail online from a mob like OzGameShop (UK-located, Aus/NZ customer base), buying Digital online from primary retailers (Steam, EA Origin, uPlay, GoG, Battle.Net/Blizzard App...) & buying online from discount-focused retailers (Bundlestars, Humble Bundle, Kinguin).
Recently I've found something rather abhorrent in regards to how much Fallout 4 costs physically from EB against buying it in USD from Steam;
EB Games currently sells Fallout 4 'physically' for $50 AUD (currently on a "2-for-$50" special), Steam sells it to a customer coming in on a US IP address for the usual $59.99 USD ($79.99 AUD current exchanges), but that same copy of Fallout 4 on Steam coming in from an Aussie IP address is $79.95 USD or a whopping $106.60 AUD! That's over $50 AUD of profit directly in the hands of Valve and Bethesda that realistically was never theirs if the digital game on the Steam platform was price-matched to local retail stores.
That's right, for the price of ~1~ copy of this game on Steam, I can buy 2 copies on-disc from EB Games and have them shipped to me, or take advantage of the current special and get ~4~ copies of the game shipped for the same price!
This is on top of the fact Steam currently refuses to deal in AUD (even though it was one of the initial currencies listed an announced when Steam started adding in others like CAD & NZD), doesn't have GST (currently) applied to it (though technically that should be changed come July), and hasn't paid the $3 Mil AUD fine from the ACCC from refusing to comply with the ACL in terms of refunds and returns for purchases made on the platform.