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Mario Kart (Wii)
at 5:17AM PST on May 7, 2011.
I wouldn't go long on a peak, but I do consider your points very valid. I happen to believe that we aren't going to see as strong sales as a result of the price drop as we are used to, due to the untraditionally saturated Nintendo market.
Sales leaders usually benefit the least from price drops, especially because the price point of their system was so reasonable. My grandmother already has a Wii....these are the customers who normally take advantage of significant price drops like this one.
I'm not counting the Wii out, but I am certain we will see the Wii2 in late 2011 early 2012. This doesn't give MKWii much time other than in emerging markets. But clearly this price has peaked.
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