Nintendo Won't Drop Wii Price, Sells 600K DSis
Amazingly, Wii sales have actually slowed a bit in Japan, which prompted the pricing question to company President Satoru Iwata. He was quoted as saying that changing its pricing approach right now just wouldn't "make sense," and as much as we love price drops, we have to begrudgingly agree. In related news, the firm's freshly released (in the US, anyway) DSi handheld headed into over 600,000 hands during this past weekend's launch in America and the EU. Like we said, the gaming business isn't hurting, and we'd bank on seeing a PlayStation 3 price cut far before Nintendo slashes MSRPs on anything it currently sells.