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 May 17, 2006 - 10:00 AM - by Michael
* Wii for $200?

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Forbes thinks Nintendo will cut the pricing on Wii even further and use the low costs to get into every home.

Personally, I'd love to see it for just $200. The lower the price, the better the market penetration and more staying power the console will have.

New York - Nintendo, which is trying to regain videogame market share from Microsoft and Sony, will likely sell its new Wii console for much less than its competitors' console prices. Merrill Lynch analyst Justin Post predicted Thursday that the new machine, which will be released this fall, will sell for $200, a move that could prompt software publishers to create more titles for the gaming system.

 

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