Wii Price

Nintendo Wii Price Drop – What You Get From It?

By Yenoscyu

Wii Price Drop

It is no doubt that the Nintendo Wii is a revolutionary gaming console. The innovative gameplay and its interesting games so far has defeated two closest competitors, the Xbox 360 and PS3. As of December 31, 2010 Nintendo Wii sales have reached $ 84.64 million worldwide while the Xbox 360 and PS3 sales were $ 50 million and $ 47.9 million respectively.

Nintendo Wii price has not changed much since its launch in 2006. Currently, Nintendo Wii price is $ 200, drop $ 50 from its release price. With that Wii price you can get a gaming console with white or black color, a Nunchuk and Wii Remote Plus controller, Sensor Bar, Power Cord, Standard Composite Cable, also Wii Sports and Wii Sports Resort games. There is also a red Nintendo Wii to commemorate the 25th anniversary of Super Mario Bros. This last package also includes Super Mario Bros game and is more expensive than the standard package, about $ 247.

Nintendo feel confident that Nintendo Wii price drop will be able to expand its market. Numerous well known and exclusive games from all ages and innovative gameplay (motion gaming) felt to be able to attract more people buying Nintendo Wii with current Wii price.

But be aware, currently Nintendo competitors also has a motion gaming. PlayStation has Move while Xbox 360 has Kinect. With superior graphics capabilities and a diverse type of games that they have, of course, this will threaten the sustainability of the Nintendo Wii. Nintendo must have another way to deal with it, not just by lowering Nintendo Wii price only.

For the lovers of Nintendo’s characters, this Nintendo Wii price drop is very encouraging news. According to the news spread out, Nintendo will not decrease Wii price again in the near future. So for those of you who want to feel the motion sensing gaming using the Nintendo characters, just go hunting for Nintendo Wii. If you’re lucky, maybe you could get Nintendo Wii price cheaper.

Happy hunting.

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