Nintendo 3DS price now below £120
There was a lot of excitement surrounding the launch of the Nintendo 3DS.
And what's not to be thrilled about?! A genuine 3D gaming device! That's mindblowing considering the fact that, not that long ago, video games had worse graphics that Teletext's Bamboozle game. However, the response to the handheld console has obviously not been as great as expected (invariably thanks to various financial woes befalling the world - and the 3D induced headaches don't help) which has seen the price drop dramatically.
And so, a price war has broken out with everyone trying to undercut each other. Now that Nintendo have slashed the price, Tesco are now selling the device for a paltry £115 while Morrisons will be flogging them for £120 with games going for £25. GameStop UK are selling 3DS's for £135.
That's nearly as low in price as a DS Lite. If you've got the spare cash, now's the time to bag a Nintendo 3DS. Just remember to remove your eyes first.