A $50 price drop seems to be reasonable at all. This was just the rumor entailed when a tipster sent Kotaku a blurry photo of a Toy R Us circular, indicating a $50 price drop on Wii. This advertisement photo is dated for the last week of September, and then we can move on waiting for September 27th $200 priced Wii to be available.
Besides Wii’s incredible roster of add-ons, at $200 it will again retain as one of the cheapest console on the market today, joining the Xbox 360 Arcade as the least expensive game console.
Nintendo should realized now that consumers are looking for value over price, we know how sophisticated Xbox and PS3, and at $50 gap we’re likely choose between the two consoles with high-end HD graphics, huge internal storage, and video marketplaces.