NGP Price.

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User Info: Black_xHayate

Black_xHayate
6 years ago#1
Sony promises it will be 'affordable'.

$199.99 > $249.99 ?
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User Info: Time_Child

Time_Child
6 years ago#2
When did they promise this?

User Info: Black_xHayate

Black_xHayate
6 years ago#3
via Twitter. I'll get the link nao.
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User Info: xCha0s

xCha0s
6 years ago#4
350 dollars is affordable if you aren't living in a shelter or working 10 hours a-day just to eat bread and spaghettios for supper.
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User Info: Fishbulb

Fishbulb
6 years ago#5
^ if you live at home.
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User Info: devilmaybuy

devilmaybuy
6 years ago#6
http://bit.ly/dRLzru

Link.

User Info: Board_hunter567

Board_hunter567
6 years ago#7
"Ideally we would want to have our hardware be profitable, in addition to our software," he said.

Hmm...kind of worrying.

User Info: weeman192

weeman192
6 years ago#8
cha0s is obviously a child living with his parents who knows nothing about the cost of living.

User Info: acefondu

acefondu
6 years ago#9
This IS Sony we're talking about....they DID price the PSP Go at $250 which was just 5 year old technology with more things removed than added. And the PS3 at $600 which on a technical level isn't that much better than an Xbox 360. I don't really think they know much about "affordable." But hey, they could prove us wrong.
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User Info: Board_hunter567

Board_hunter567
6 years ago#10
^
They also said the PS3 was "too cheap," that price shouldn't be a concern for entertainment, and then went ahead and discontinued the more affordable launch PS3 model.

I'd love to be proven wrong though.

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