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Also the drop to was supposedly in September 2003 (if Wiki is to be believed) which is 2 years after launch....

The way its looking a 200 pound Wii would outsell the 360 even if the 360 was cut down to game cube levels (50 pounds or so)Impulsivity said: lol they should have raised the Wii price 2 years ago, it would have sold the same (since it was supply constrained so retailers were bundling it with crap for 350 dollars and ebay was asking just as much) and they'd have a lot more money now.

The way its looking a 200 pound Wii would outsell the 360 even if the 360 was cut down to game cube levels (50 pounds or so) Isn't (wasn't) 100 Euros about the same as £80?

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"We are only – reluctantly – raising our trade price now to retailers due to unprecedented and sustained depreciation of the pound.

This is a problem brought about by extreme currency fluctuations that are a symptom of the global economic situation, lol they should have raised the Wii price 2 years ago, it would have sold the same (since it was supply constrained so retailers were bundling it with crap for 350 dollars and ebay was asking just as much) and they'd have a lot more money now.

It's funny that the 360 is desperately cutting prices to below Wii levels while the Wii can raise prices and will almost certainly still be the number one system in Britain.

The way its looking a 200 pound Wii would outsell the 360 even if the 360 was cut down to game cube levels (50 pounds or so) Impulsivity said: lol they should have raised the Wii price 2 years ago, it would have sold the same (since it was supply constrained so retailers were bundling it with crap for 350 dollars and ebay was asking just as much) and they'd have a lot more money now.

Nintendo has today announced that it will be raising the trade price of the Wii in the UK by £18 - £20 GBP because of the continued devaluation of the Pound Sterling in the global economy.The trade price, which is the one charged to retailers, not customers, hasn't been fully disclosed in the announcement but it does seem like the RRP for customers will stay at £179.99.

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