As expected, Microsoft dropped the price of the Elite to $299 in a competitive response to Sony, and once again the console race is interesting. Am I the only one who expects Nintendo to see market share declines if they don’t respond by Christmas? The makers of the Wii had a bad Q2, and things’ll only get worse heading into the holidays without a price drop. As for Microsoft and Sony, I think Sony should pick up some share overall, but Microsoft’s box still has an advantage in online experience and overall software titles.
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