The HTC Vive is now $599, receiving its first official price drop since the virtual reality headset launched last year at $799. That puts the Vive at $100 more than the Rift/Touch combo, though the latter is current on sale for a limited time for $399. (Updated with latest Rift pricing)
When Nintendo dropped the price of the 3DS mere months after its release in 2011, it offered a mollifying "Ambassador Program" to early adopters of the handheld system. That program included 20 free games available to players who bought the 3DS before a certain date.
Now that they've got regular content updates in the bag, ArenaNet hopes to bring more players to its subscription-free MMO Guild Wars 2 by lowering the cost of entry to $49.99 for the regular edition and $69.99 for the digital deluxe. Hooray, $10 off.
Nintendo's Selects line of $19.99 Wii titles expands by two next month, when Mario Power Tennis joins the long-awaited North American release of New Play Control Pikmin 2 in retailers "games too inexpensive to be in the case" sections.
One of the best values in gaming gets even better on May 20, when Nintendo drops the price of the DSi to $99.99, with its larger sibling the DSi XL at $129.99.
Nintendo announced today that it is cutting the price of its popular Wii home game machine from $200 to $150.
We were expecting Nintendo to (perhaps) slash the price of its current console next month. But we may see a cheaper Wii in North America as soon as Monday, if reports from retailer Target are accurate.
Harmonix and publishing partner EA today announced that the third and best installment of the Rock Band series is now available on the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and Nintendo Wii for the low, low price of $19.99.
New PSPs will cost $129.99 starting on Sunday, February 27, according to a Sony press release issued this morning. That cuts $40 from the system's current list price. Considering buying a PSP now? Check out our PSP buyer's guide.
Starting Sept. 12 Nintendo will be dropping the price of the DSi to $150 and the price of the DSi XL to $170. The DS Lite will remain $130.
With the announcement of the new Xbox 360, older models are dropping price by 50 bucks, according to an internal memo from major retailer Target.
Atlus' eagerly anticipated surgical simulator Trauma Team for the Nintendo Wii is coming on May 18, and rather than submit the game to Atlus' traditional last-minute delay, they've gone and dropped the price by $10 instead. Score!
An anonymous tipster sends us this picture of an alleged Target circular for the week of September 27th, joining Wal-Mart and Toys R Us on the $199.99 Wii price drop bandwagon.
Last week, we got a peek at an alleged upcoming Walmart ad that indicated an official price drop would be coming to the Wii. Today, it appears that retailer Toys R Us may have heard the same thing.
Advance retail listings forwarded to Kotaku indicate that Nintendo is planning to issue its first price drop on the Wii, with a less expensive version of the console—currently priced at $249 USD—coming the first week of October.
Microsoft's priciest version of the Xbox 360 is getting a $100 price drop this Friday, the publisher told Kotaku, and its top selling model of the console is being phased out.
We've been getting a lot of snapshots of Xbox 360 price drop ads lately, and of course there's also the truism that all Microsoft rumors are real.