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The Top 7… Ways Nintendo can save the 3DS

GamesRadar US: #8… Lower the price of the 3DS. Check!
Yes, that’s a joke, but bear with us because it makes for a good introduction. The Nintendo 3DS debuted costing almost as much as a smartphone, with polarizing 3D and an incredibly weak launch lineup of short, high-priced games the only things justifying that price tag. Perhaps we shouldn’t be surprised, then, that the handheld ended up with poor sales numbers. If Nintendo really wants to save the 3DS, however, the company will have to do more than offer a $80 discount or 20 free oldies. Here are a few more ideas…

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airportwest2665d ago

1-Drop the price.
2-Bring out the color why should i choose only blue and black.
3-Larger screen i mean 3dsXL

Stealth2k2665d ago

"poor sales numbers"

Outpacing the ds at the 6 month and fiscal point
Sales exceeded expectations for the last quarter based on that
Going to be the highest sellign piece of hardware in japan this year

charmer2665d ago

dumb article...3ds did not need saVING..IT WAS SELLING...PEOPLE JUST EXPECTED SO MUCH SELLS...NOW WITH A PRICE CUT AND GAMES...NOTHING ELSE NEEDED.

axisofweevils2664d ago (Edited 2664d ago )

Super Monkey Ball was a terrible game anyway, so a bad example. The million+ sales of Zelda show people are willing to pay for quality content.

I hate to say it, but the Hardcore are the elite minority at the moment. Look at the worldwide top 10 on VGCHARTZ. Hardly a hardcore game on there and 7 of the titles on it are Nintendo games.