The price of games for Sony Computer Entertainment\u2019s upcoming PlayStation 3 console is getting a little clearer.Software for the soon-to-be-launched machine has begun appearing on online shopping sites like Amazon.com and Sony\u2019s SonyStyle, and almost all the games carry a US$60 price tag.That\u2019s more expensive than many games for the PlayStation 2, which typically carry a price tag of between $20 and $40, with the most popular titles costing $50.The higher price is likely to come as little surprise to gamers. Many have been expecting to pay more for games for the new console. The PlayStation 3 is much more expensive than those that have gone before it. It will be launched first in Japan on Nov. 11 in two versions, the cheapest of which will cost 49,800 yen (US$425). Six years ago, when the PlayStation 2 went on sale, it cost 39,800 yen.Still, the prices could be good news for some. Gaming sites were abuzz with rumors from last weekend\u2019s Tokyo Game Show that PlayStation 3 software was going to cost around $100, although no such announcements were made at the show.The seven games listed on Sony\u2019s site and their launch dates are: Untold Legends: Dark Kingdom (Nov. 2), Call of Duty 3 (Nov. 9), Marvel: Ultimate Alliance (Nov. 9), Tony Hawk\u2019s Project 8 (Nov. 9), Blazing Angels: Squadrons of WWII (Nov. 16), Sonic the Hedgehog (Nov. 16) and Full Auto 2: Battlelines (Nov. 23).Amazon.com also lists: Tom Clancy\u2019s Rainbow Six Vegas (Nov. 7), Elder Scrolls Oblivion Morrowind (Nov. 17) and Stranglehold (Dec. 30). The game F.E.A.R., which is due out on Nov. 14, is priced at $50 at Amazon.com. Several other games are listed with no price or launch date.-Martyn Williams, IDG News Service (Tokyo Bureau)Related Links:\n\nVulnerability Puts PlayStation Portable at Risk\n\nBlue Laser Shortage Zaps Sony PS3 Launch Plan\n\nNintendo Wii Available in U.S. on Nov. 19 for $250Check out our CIO News Alerts and Tech Informer pages for more updated news coverage.