The source said the Wii price will be cut to $150 from May 15.
If true, this would be only the machine’s second official price cut since it launched in 2006, and could signal Nintendo is preparing to move on to a new platform.
In addition, GoNintendo is carrying an image of an internal Kmart schedule that appears to back-up the story, listing the reduced-price Wii as “clearance stock”.
The news will serve to drive speculation that Nintendo is readying a next-gen hardware announcement for E3.
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