Entries in 'price cut' (29)
Xbox One will as of today once again cost $349 in the US.
Microsoft has cut the price of Xbox One in China.
The trade price of the Wii U 8GB Basic console has been significantly cut in the UK, MCV understands.
Xbox One will from November 2nd be $50 cheaper in the US.
Microsoft has once again cut the price of the Xbox 360 console in Australia.
Despite already enjoying a commanding position in the next-gen race, Sony has responded to recent Xbox One retail activity by launching a £329 PS4 hardware SKU.
The price for an Xbox One in the UK is now £100 less than it was when it launched back in November 2013.
Minecraft developer Mojang is to lower the price of Scrolls as it prepares to release the game on tablets.
Nintendo may have had a decent E3, but it’s hard to argue that the odds remain stacked against Wii U.
Retailer GameStop has suggested that the latest cut-price Xbox One bundle is selling well.
Retailer GameStop reckons that consumers have started showing more interest in Xbox One since Microsoft announced a cut-price Kinect-less SKU is on the way.
Microsoft says it does not intend to compensate those who paid full price for an Xbox One in November following yesterday’s price cut.
The UK High Street has called on Nintendo once again to lower the price of Wii U.
UK games retailers want to see a PS3 and Xbox 360 price cut before the end of the year.
Those looking to download Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes on PS4 have received a nice surprise this morning.
Don’t expect to see Sony and Microsoft dropping the price of PS3 and Xbox 360 this side of Christmas.
Xbox One price cut levels the playing field with PlayStation 4, says Microsoft.
The PS4 has received its first price cut of note by one UK retailer.
Nintendo’s financial plans for the year ahead have not been designed to accommodate a Wii U price drop.
Nintendo plans to break away from gaming; Wii U price cut "not an option"; Smartphone service revealed
You’ve likely read dozens of different editorials this past month predicting what the future might bring for Nintendo.
The UK games industry still has faith in Nintendo, but told MCV that drastic action is needed to save Wii U.
Xbox One is the subject of a price cut for the first time by a UK online retailer.
Sony and Microsoft will cut the price of PS3 and Xbox 360 next month, a US analyst has claimed.
The Wii U’s full retail price of between £250 and £300 is not the reason for its market struggles.
Hopes that Wii U might increase its competitive position via a price cut in the run-up to Christmas have seemingly been dashed.