As I've said before value for money is something that really is down to the individual to determine whether they think they're getting it or not.
For me it's measured by number of plays and number of players that take part in the games.
So my value tracker looks something like this -
|Game||Spend||Plays||£ / Play||Ave Players||£ / Player|
|Star Wars RPG||£90.96||8||£11.37||6||£1.90|
|Star Wars LCG||£79.95||2||£39.98||2||£19.99|
This isn't a complete list of the games I own, more a list of games that I've bought as part of the 2nd Chapter.
Now from that list you can see that there are some games that I need to play more of to get that value for money with Star Wars LCG being the one that stands out the most.
As I've mentioned previously I don't expect the stats on X-Wing to change as I plan to sell my copy of the game, not because I don't like it more down to it just not being my sort of game.
I'm also not listing D&D Next here largely because it's free to playtest plus we've only just started to play it.