Nintendo 3DS receives further price cut from retailers
More retailers slash 3DS prices after sales slump.
The Nintendo 3DS, released just five months ago in the UK, has taken another price cut in the wake of poor sales. After Tesco revealed their plans to bring the price of the handheld down to just £115 yesterday, other high street retailers are following suit.
Morrison's is the next cheapest option for would-be 3DS owners, selling the handheld for £119.99. This is followed by ASDA at £134.99 and Sainsbury's at £139.99. Game are also offering discount bundle deals on the 3DS, with the handheld and the 3DS remake of the landmark Zelda: Ocarina of Time going for £154.99.
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