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Why do Wii games rarely drop in price but PS3 games always do?

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User Info: Ritster21

Ritster21
4 years ago#1
Any thoughts?

User Info: Dryheave999

Dryheave999
4 years ago#2
Only one correct answer. Because people will continue to pay the price. Because the games are that good....they're classics.
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User Info: Nicodimus

Nicodimus
4 years ago#3
First-party Wii games tend to be of a higher quality, and hold their value better.

Wii games in general nose-dive like every other console's games.
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User Info: Chass1990

Chass1990
4 years ago#4
Dryheave999 posted...
Only one correct answer. Because people will continue to pay the price. Because the games are that good....they're classics.


First I've heard. I see many people having a Wii at their homes, but I've never once seen any of those people actually touch it. It just sits there collecting dust.
I shut my eyes in order to see

User Info: lambchips

lambchips
4 years ago#5
most nintendo games are unique to the point there arent many games like them (every gen)

for example you'll never find something similar to donkey kong, zelda, metroid, mario, animal crossing etc on a system that isnt nintendo
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