Dude, you're not understanding what I'm saying. It's been forever like this. If a console costs 100 dollars in the US, it costs 100 Euros over here. Do you understand this? Good.
Of course it's more expensive if you do the exchange rate conversion. We all know that. But that's not the point. The point is that it is always like this.
So, when I said that, over here, it was now 99 Euros, I was saying that it, indeed, had dropped in price. The exchange rate equation is irrelevant for the discussion. Which was never if PS2 is cheaper (exchange rate wise) in the US or in the EU.