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There was a time about five years ago that you couldn’t find a Wii console on the shelves of stores and they were selling online for more than double their retail price. Now however with just about every household in the world having one they are pretty easy to come by. Because the technology is dated and not selling as well Nintendo has dropped the price of the Wii from $199 to $149. In addition to that they are bundling in the Mario Kart Wii game.
Also, Nintendo just recently introduced the Nintendo Select line of games. Although it’s currently a small list, the games are great titles that are budgeted at only $20. The list includes:
- Animal Crossing: City Folk
- Mario Super Sluggers
- Zelda Twilight Princess
- Super Smash Bros: Brawl
Keep in mind that Nintendo has recently announced the launch of a new console expected to debut later this year and go on sale next year. The Wii may be near the end of it’s life cycle.
If you’re looking to save some cash this year on a PlayStation 3 and dont mind signing up for a new credit card, Sony is making you an offer you can’t refuse. With the PlayStation credit card, not only do you earn points towards the purchase of PlayStation and Sony products with every dollar you spend but you will get $150 off a new PS3! That would bring the price down to the $250 range. You can order your PS3 directly through the Sony store or you can use it at an authorized PlayStation retailer and send in your reciept. Offer expires December 31, 2008.
You can read all about it here.
Similar to both the Playstation and the PS2, Sony has introduced greatest hits games for the PS3. The series features the full versions of the games we all know and love for the PS3, only in a special colored case and at a cheaper $29.99 price which is half as much as the games cost when they were first released. PS3 Greatest hits games can be found on store shelves starting this week.
The first batch of greatest hits games include: Warhawk, Motorstorm, Resistance: Fall of Man, Call of Duty 3, Fight Night Round 3, Need for Speed: Carbon, Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Vegas, Assassin’s Creed, The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion and Ninja Gaiden Sigma.