The price drop, not the price, is what's driving the current sales.

#1blunderminePosted 8/16/2011 11:02:56 AM
I would bet that the magnitude of sales this past week in Japan would be the same regardless of price. Had Nintendo dropped the price from $320 to $250 we would still be seeing approximately the same number of sales, because the actual price isn't as important as the perceived deal which people are getting out of it.
#2keyblader1985Posted 8/16/2011 11:04:26 AM
Absolutely.

If I dropped the price of this Butterfinger from $10 to $6, I'd definitely get a buyer.
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#3BlackPhoenix127Posted 8/16/2011 11:05:53 AM
keyblader1985 posted...
Absolutely.

If I dropped the price of this Butterfinger from $10 to $6, I'd definitely get a buyer.


Not when I get a Snickers for like 99 cents
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#4skawo93Posted 8/16/2011 11:10:33 AM(edited)
Best strategy: Lower the price by 1 cent every week!
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#5GogglesFrogPosted 8/16/2011 11:10:24 AM
More like the 3DS, a superior piece of hardware to it's predecessors, is now almost as expensive as they are.

You'd be a miser or a fool if you didn't buy now (unless of course you had no interest in the system to begin with
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