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  • News No Wii Price Cuts!

    Seriously, with sales figures like that can you honestly say you expected Nintendo to cut the price of anything?

    In a meeting with a bunch of analyst-boffin types, Nintendo God (read: president) presented Nintendo's projected hardware sales with the consoles markup (both Wii and DS) staying at their current, full asking price. To be honest we can't see why Nintendo would drop the price of either..

  • News Oh Noez! Ninjabread Man Is Coming To The TV!

    Data Design Digital has today revealed plans of their new television advertising campaign in Europe.

    The campaign aimed to promote the Popcorn Arcade series will run throughout Easter showcasing their lineup of "affordable" (£19.99) Wii games. Included in the adverts will be: Kawasaki Quad Bikes Mini Desktop Racing Ninjabread Man Billy Wizard and more. The adverts will run on the kids..

  • News Microsoft Are Unaware Of The Game Wii Fit

    Microsoft's corporate Vice President Shane Kim (what a cool name?) thinks that this generations console war winner has been called too early.

    In an interview with New York Times Shane said: "The generation has a long way to go so it's way too early to declare a winner," he told the paper. "I remember a couple of weeks ago, a lot of people were predicting that the Patriots would win..

  • News A(nother) 2008 Nintendo Prediction...

    ... this time from EA (the uber-duper-mega publisher) who think Nintendo will top the sales war in North America and Europe this year.

    EA estimate that a total of 12-14 million Wii's will be sold in the two regions alone during 2008. This is a significantly stronger estimate than the predicted sales of the PS3 at 9.5-11.5 million and XBOX 360 at 6-8 million. According to EA it is in Europe that the..

  • News Ozone's Christmas Wii Swindle

    BBC consumer-rights show Watchdog today revealed details of a Wii related scam which misled upto 2,500 people in the UK to think they'd have a Wii in time for Christmas.

    So when Ozone Electronics, a company based in Oldham, guaranteed delivery of the console for the middle of December, hundreds of people placed an order, paid their money and waited. Their payment was taken but their Wii consoles..