Discussion in 'Console Games & Hardware' started by ben_j_davis, 17 May 2006.
That is very cheap.
still not offcial tho is it,
i want a UK price and date
i hate all this 'analysts expect' pointless imho, still that would probably stand to reason it will be 150-200 quid over here, not too bad, i might get one once its sub 100 as i doubt i could justify buying one on release especially at chrimbo
£150 or less and i would buy one in a second, anything more than that then i'd have to think about it.
....fingers crossed for £120'ish
i think people are getting too excited over the price of the wii, expecting it to be ridiculously cheap. £150 will be the lowest it'll be I reckon, but more likely 175-200
Didn't a few of Nintendo's machines previously come out at £130?
The Gamecube was sub £150 if I recall correctly.. Bought one of those on launch
£129, although they originally said £150 - I got a lovely suprise on launch day with that little nugget of information
I can see the Wii being £200. Wasn't the N64 initially £250? I remember distinctly that I couldn't afford one and a game until the price drop to £200. Maybe it was £200 -> £150.
I'll go for £130 then
I would seriously consider getting one at that price. Does anyone know the predicted price of games yet?
probs same as GC games so £40 on release and £30 shortly after
I'd rather it was a little more expensive, say £200 but come with two controllers and a game and maybe a voucher for the virtual console.
$200 probable is just for US, £200 is the possible for UK.
Consoles and games price always higher in UK.
Given the exchange rate at the moment even allowing for taxes £150 would be more than equal to the $200 (it's something like a dollar for 54p at the moment)
It's a good idea of Nintendo to leave out all the usless crap so they can keep the price down £150 will be ace as I hear the PS3 will be £400 which I think is an insult.
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