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Comment: Re:hmmm (Score 1) 306

by MicrowavedH2O (#15640018) Attached to: Xbox 360 Wins Through 2009?
I refered to a non-core system (i.e. the premium version). It currently retails at $399. Now, the Wii will debut for less than $250 (I vaguely remember the CEO or someone important saying this). I used $200, just by speculation-- Nintendo would want to beat out the Xbox in price, and if the core system drops to $250 or so, the Wii looks like not such a good deal. But its just speculation.

Now saying this I realize its faulty logic because if I base my Wii price on a speculation of a lower Xbox core system price, then the premium would be less too.

Math and statistical price comparisons aside, my point was that the Wii is a better deal, its more appealing to me because I don't have to pay so much for it. It will be less than the Xbox and much less than the PS3. I am a casual console gamer, and I would by a system for a casual price.

Way to look up prices buddy, you sure shot me down.

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