Yes, 'It means what it means. Literally. Games that have never been cheaper.' This article is for contents that reached their lowest prices SO FAR, AT THIS EXACT MOMENT, FOR THE FIRST TIME.
Killer Instinct is always at 9.99, for months/years, so IT HAS ALREADY BEEN CHEAPER than that. Meaning with those Spring sales, it reached (again) its lowest price, but not below.
If a content has already been that low, so it has already been that cheap. With the word NEVER, it means BEFORE now, the lowest in its history.
Not difficult to understand. ??
You seem to have a problem with elementary logic. Or you don't understand words. But you're definitely hilarious.
The title of the article is "Games that have never been cheaper". If a game is on sale again at the same price as previously, but that game has not been on sale for a cheaper price, it gets in the list. Because it has never been cheaper. This is so basic I don't understand what your problem is.
You say "This article is for contents that reached their lowest prices SO FAR, AT THIS EXACT MOMENT, FOR THE FIRST TIME." Which is not true. You invented the "for the first time" yourself. The title of the article is not, "Games that have reached their lowest price ever for the first time."
If Killer Instinct has been on sale before at 9.99, and now it's on sale again at 9.99, but has not been on sale for less money than that, on what planet is your statement, "IT HAS ALREADY BEEN CHEAPER" true? In fact, it has never been cheaper, but it has been as
cheap. You might want to revise how superlatives and comparatives work.
Whether or not you think there should be different content in this article is irrelevant to you not understanding the meaning of words.
Also, writing things in capital letters makes you look stupid.