1rjejrFri 30th Aug 2013 Most major US media outlets are running w/ the Sept 20 date for the Wii U price drop from $349 to $299. http://www.usatoday.com/story/tech/gaming/2013/08/28/nintendo... http://www.washingtonpost.com/business/technology/nintendo-dr... It's the most I've seen the Wii U in the news. So, with Rayman Legends releasing Sept 3 and W101 Sept 15 will these games get lost while new Wii U buyers wait for the price drop to take effect? (Obviously this wont effect people who already own a Wii U from purchasing them, unless they are still mad about the cut and the Zelda Wii U bundle.) I'm posing this as a question, not a statement. but after the W101 sales in Japan this can't help their outlook much and I though tit was worth discussing. Placeholder sig until I come up with something clever to say.