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  • Blog Post: PSA: Xbox One's Temporary Price Drop Officially In Effect

    As promised , the Xbox One's price drop is officially in effect, and will be until January 3. Starting today you can get the standalone console without Kinect for $349.99. Soon you will be able to get he Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare bundle with a 1 TB hard drive for $449.99, or the Assassin’s... More
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Temporarily Drops Xbox One To $349 Starting November 2

    Microsoft has announced that it will dropping the price of Xbox One consoles and bundles by $50 beginning next week. The deal extends to all versions of the console, including the first version with a 1 TB hard drive. This temporary price drop will be in effect at most retailers. This holiday, Microsoft... More
  • Blog Post: PlayStation 4 And Accessories Prices Rise In Canada

    The price of the PlayStation 4, which is currently $399.99 (as it is in the United States) has been hiked up to $449.99 soon in Canada. According to a report from the Toronto Sun , which received confirmation from Sony Computer Entertainment Canada, the console is getting a $50 price increase today.... More
  • Blog Post: Nintendo Drops Retail Prices Of Best-Selling Wii Titles

    Nintendo announced today that it is dropping the retail price of three of its top Wii games to $29.99. The price goes in effect today for Super Mario Galaxy 2, New Super Mario Bros. Wii, and Wii Sports Resort. According to the press release, U.S. sales to date for these titles are 2.7 million (Galaxy... More
  • Blog Post: Price Drop Spurs Surge Of Japanese Vita Sales

    Last month, Sony introduced a new color for the Playstation Vita and dropped the price to 19,980 Yen (translating to $215). It turned out to be a good move for the publisher, as sales for the system nearly quadrupled after the February 28 price drop. It's a nice stat for Sony, but they still haven't... More
  • Blog Post: Japanese Retailers Are Already Cutting 3G Model Vita Prices

    It's important to note that this is not a Sony sanctioned price drop, but some retailers of the handheld are already cutting into the price of the Vita after initial sales were disappointing in Japan. According to GamesRadar , The 3G model is especially struggling, and the price has come down 20... More
  • Blog Post: Complete List Of Titles For 3DS Ambassador Program (So Far…)

    Were you one of the early adopters that bought the Nintendo 3DS for $249.99? Following the upcoming price drop of the system to $169.99, Nintendo is hoping to make it up to you by offering 20 classic NES and GBA downloadable titles for free. Click this story to see what you can expect to get for free... More
  • Blog Post: Nintendo Will Lose Money On Each 3DS Sold

    Unlike its competitors Sony and Microsoft, Nintendo has avoided the practice of selling its hardware for less than it costs to produce in order to build an install base -- until now. According to a report from Bloomberg Japan, the newly announced price drop of the 3DS will make the handheld a loss leader... More
  • Blog Post: Wow That Was Quick: 3DS Drops To $169.99

    Nintendo of America announced early this morning that the suggested retail price for the Nintendo 3DS would drop to $169.99 on August 12th, down from its launch price of $249.99 on March 27th of this year (yes, that quickly - less then 5 months). Nintendo points to its reasoning with this selection taken... More
  • Blog Post: Wii Price Dropped to $169.99

    Following recent rumors that Nintendo would drop the price of the Wii from $200 to $150 in mid-May, the company sprang into action earlier than expected for a smaller discount. This move looks to be in service of clearing out inventory in advance of Nintendo's announcement of a new HD console at... More
  • Blog Post: Wii Price Drop Coming May 15?

    Will a certain "trusted source" close to Nintendo be proved correct next month? If so, we may see a $150 Wii on store shelves come May 15. Tech site Engadget reports that it's received this enticing tip. But why would Nintendo drop the price weeks before E3? Surely Mario's master would... More
  • Blog Post: Official Sony Site Indicates Possible PSPgo Price Drop

    Sony recently dropped the price of the original, disc-based PSP hardware to $129.99. Now, a posting on the Sony official site indicates that a price drop on the download-only PSPgo is in the works. Under a posting entitled "Step Your Game Up with PSP," this passage makes things pretty clear... More
  • Blog Post: Sony Announces PSP Price Drop

    With Sony's advanced NGP handheld hardware on the horizon, the console maker announced today that it is dropping the retail price of its six-year-old PlayStation Portable. According to a press release sent out by Sony, the PSP will retail for $129.99 beginning on February 27. The current PSP Core... More
  • Blog Post: EA's Riccitiello Wants Wii Price Drop, Frustrated By Third Party Support

    In an interview with Industry Gamers, Electronic Arts CEO John Riccitiello has some surprisingly frank opinions on Nintendo's Wii console and the Japanese console maker's policies towards third-party game publishers. "I would say they did exceptionally well in ‘07 and ‘08, started... More
  • Blog Post: Sony Could Drop The PSP Go Price To $200

    Sony has had a hard time selling it’s download only PSP Go, but maybe people would be willing to buy the system if it were $50 cheaper? If rumors hold true, we might find out soon. Joystiq recently got tipped off by an AAFES-based retailer that the PSP Go would see its price drop to $200 this Friday... More
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