Tag Archives: price
Tue, Oct 30, 2012 | 16:07 GMT
Fri, Aug 10, 2012 | 17:38 BST
Sega has announced that the Jet Set Radio HD remake will begin coming to consoles and PC this September for $9.99/800 Microsoft Points.
Fri, Mar 16, 2012 | 17:07 GMT
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Thu, Jan 14, 2010 | 10:08 GMT
If you have a press, stop it: Nintendo told VG247 that DSi XL – confirmed this morning for a March 5 launch in Europe – is to cost retailers more than previous versions.
Fri, Nov 21, 2008 | 08:14 GMT
Capcom’s confirmed that SSF2 Turbo HD Remix is to cost $15 on PSN and 1200 MS Points on Live.
The game will release on November 25 for PS3 and a day later for 360.
More on Unity.
Thu, Sep 11, 2008 | 12:04 BST
Thu, Sep 11, 2008 | 07:11 BST
TheSixthAxis is rumouring that WipEout HD is going to cost €17.99, or £15, when is finally releases.
No idea when it’s coming out as yet. We’ll check with SCEE on this when someone gets into the office.
Tue, Jul 15, 2008 | 15:19 BST
Wed, Apr 16, 2008 | 10:14 BST
Nintendo of America just announced that Wii Fit will cost $90 in the States. From the press release:
In anticipation of the U.S. launch of Wii Fit, the new interactive fitness game for the popular Wii system, Nintendo of America Inc. has announced pricing details for this groundbreaking release. Available at Nintendo World store starting on May 19, Wii Fit and the innovative Wii Balance Board™ accessory will be bundled and sold together at a suggested retail price of $89.99.
Boasting a dynamic mix of more than 40 yoga, aerobics, strength training and balance activities, Wii Fit provides consumers with a fun, easy and affordable way to incorporate exercise into their daily routines. Using the included wireless Wii Balance Board accessory, every member of the household can step up and stay active, setting individual fitness goals and tracking their progress over time.
So now you know.
Wed, Feb 20, 2008 | 19:41 GMT
According to this, NOA’s Reggie Fils-Aime reckons the American version of Wii Fit’s going to be less than $100.
“Price for the Wii Fit Board and the software is under $100 – we’re still working to finalise the price given currency exchanges, etcetera, but under $100 bucks,” he said.
Wed, Feb 20, 2008 | 19:40 GMT
Nintendo has confirmed that a price for the European version of Wii Fit remains unannounced, despite a date of April 25 just being released, but that we’re going to know how much the Japanese smash-seller’s going to cost in the next few weeks.
“We have not announced price at this time,” a Nintendo UK rep told videogaming247. “We’re still looking into it, so I don’t have a date, but it will be in the coming weeks.”
The game, which has achieved sales well in excess of 1 million units in Japan, was also dated for the US this morning, and will be hitting America on May 19.
So there you go, Nintendo-whiners: Europe gets it first.
Wed, Jan 30, 2008 | 18:59 GMT
Wedbush Morgan’s Michael Pachter has suggested a Wii priced at $199 without a bundled Wii Sports could help keep the console competitive in 2009.
“The console has a price advantage over the Xbox 360 and PS3 that can be maintained if Nintendo chooses to un-bundle Wii Sports from the console,” he said. “I think that if Nintendo were to do so and cut the price to $199, it would still sell a piece of Nintendo software to 80% of new Wii purchasers, and would end up effectively lowering revenues per console by only around $10. At that price point, the Wii should be strong again in 2009.”
Pachter went on with warnings to Nintendo regarding keeping Wii in a position of dominance in the mid-term.
“The long-term health of the Wii should not be impacted until Wii households decide to buy one of the other consoles as a second console,” he added. “Because of the high-definition video features offered by the Xbox 360 and PS3, those consoles are more likely to end up in the living room, which could relegate the Wii to the playroom. If the Wii is not at the center of the home entertainment system, software sales could suffer as a result.”
Full story here.