Steam European Local Currency, making things more expensive!

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With the new European Local Currency being available in the United Kingdom (Pounds Sterling), and Europe (Euros). It seems that steam made their store quite useless for those people who have to pay in euros. People buy through the steam store because it is mostly cheaper and easier to get the games. But since this new update, all the prices is being changed to euros being almost exactly the same as the dollar price within the steam stores making things much much expensive. Steam made a big mistake? Buying games in local stores is much cheaper now for European people, which gets you a CD/DVD and a manual as well.
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If AudioSurf is more than £5 now, screw that.

*Edit* Okay it's 99 pence more, not including VAT. Not so bad
 
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