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Joe Danger Infinity dropped to 99 cents on iOS

Joe Danger Infinity may have launched just last week, but it can already be downloaded at a discounted price. The game is now listed for 99 cents on the App Store, down from its initial launch price of $2.99 (£1.99 and €2.69 in Europe). Hello Games' latest creation has players...

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Report: Multiplayer-less Batman: Arkham Origins to cost $50 on Wii U

The Wii U version of Batman: Arkham Origins will be missing $10 from its price tag in addition to the absent multiplayer content planned for the 360, PS3 and PC versions of the game, Kotaku reports. Amazon's listing for the Wii U version is currently priced at $49.96. Publisher Warner Bros....

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Nintendo has 'no plans' for Wii U Ambassador program

Nintendo has said there are "no plans" to implement a 3DS-esque Ambassador program on the Wii U, according to a statement made to Wii U Daily. Nintendo recently announced a $50 price change on the Wii U deluxe bundle, which made Wii U Daily question if the company might offer an Ambassador program,...

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Wii U deluxe price cut to $299, Wind Waker HD coming to eShop Sept. 20 [Update: Trailer!]

Nintendo has slashed the price of its deluxe version of the Wii U to $299 effective September 20, Nintendo announced. The deluxe version, featuring 32 GB of storage, will now match the same price as its basic, 8 GB counterpart. Additionally, The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD will launch...

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PS Vita memory cards now cheaper in North America

In addition to knocking $50 off the price of a PS Vita in North America, Sony has also announced memory cards for the device are now cheaper. 4GB cards are now $15, 8GB cards are $20, 16GB cards are $40 and 32GB cards are $80. These updated prices should be reflected at all North American retailers...

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Rumor: Leaked Target ad shows Vita for $200

The PlayStation Vita's price may be coming down in the near future, providing a leaked Target ad by the Blu-Ray Forum is accurate. The ad, a snippet of which can be seen above, shows a $200 price point for the system. The standard retail price for the WiFi-only Vita is $250, while the 3G-enabled...

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Special Forces: Team X getting price drop after going on sale on Steam

Special Forces: Team X, the third-person shooter from Blacklight: Retribution developer Zombie Studios, is taking its price down to $5 on Steam from May 6 at 10 a.m. PT, through May 13. After the sale, Special Forces: Team X will get a permanent price drop to $10, forever and ever, or until Zombie...

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Amazon UK follows suit with Wii U price drop

Amazon is the latest major retailer in the UK to drop both SKUs of the Wii U by £50. Like Shopto and Asda before it, Amazon is chopping 20 percent off the 8GB Basic Pack's launch price, placing the console at £199 ($297), while the 32GB Premium Pack with Nintendo Land bundled in is down...

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Yoshida: No Vita price cut for North America

"No, it's not," Sony Worldwide Studios head Shuhei Yoshida told Joystiq, when asked if the Vita will see a price cut like the one just announced in Japan. Yoshida cited the exchange rate as a reason for the lack of price drop – an issue that has plagued Nintendo in recent earnings releases....

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Xbox 360 holiday bundles get $50 price cut

Microsoft cut the price of its 250GB and 4GB Kinect Xbox 360 bundles by $50. All holiday bundles included in the deal can be picked up at GameStop, Best Buy, Kmart, Target and Amazon. Each bundle is priced at $250 except for the standard and holiday 250GB Kinect bundles, which are $350. Most of the...

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