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Nintendo Wii reduces the cost of

Once again, reliable sources. And once again officially unconfirmed information. This time it comes to cost Nintendo Wii console. Dear resource Engadget reported: in the middle of May the price of the console will drop to $ 150. Since entering the console market in 2006 for Nintendo lowered its price only once. If the rumors are true, the second

This time it comes to cost Nintendo Wii console. Dear resource Engadget reported: in the middle of May the price of the console will drop to $ 150. Since entering the console market in 2006 for Nintendo lowered its price only once. If the rumors are true, the second in a row `tsenopad` may signal only one thing - the manufacturer is preparing for the announcement of the new platform. Otherwise, it can not be. One of the largest online home electronics stores - Kmart - began to release their warehouses. And the web was barely audible echoes whisper, as though Nintendo will present its new console at E3 2011. Recently the company released a list of games that will come in the near future on the Wii, and in addition, promised us a surprise. In general, expect official confirmation

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