Activision backs out from AU$109 game pricing

WiipackIt looks like most software giants are backing out from the AU$109 pricing for Wii titles in the land down under. More good news for the budget-conscious Aussie gamers came recently as another major software player finalized their Wii pricing plans. Activision recently confirmed that their games will be sporting a price tag that is no more than AU$99.95, following a Ubisoft confirmation about the same pricing issue.

Activision is gearing up three games for the debut of Ninty’s next-gen console- Marvel Ultimate Alliance, Call of Duty 3, and Tony Hawk’s Downhill Jam. Marvel will have a AU$79.95 price tag while the two other games will be blessed with a steeper AU$99.95 price.

With this development, Atari would be all alone in their plans to slap Wii games with a hefty AU$109 price. EA was the first software giant to come up with a 99.95 tag. Will Atari follow suit? Well, it is best to keep checking us out for more news about it.

Via Aussie-Nintendo

WiipackIt looks like most software giants are backing out from the AU$109 pricing for Wii titles in the land down under. More good news for the budget-conscious Aussie gamers came recently as another major software player finalized their Wii pricing plans. Activision recently confirmed that their games will be sporting a price tag that is no more than AU$99.95, following a Ubisoft confirmation about the same pricing issue.

Activision is gearing up three games for the debut of Ninty’s next-gen console- Marvel Ultimate Alliance, Call of Duty 3, and Tony Hawk’s Downhill Jam. Marvel will have a AU$79.95 price tag while the two other games will be blessed with a steeper AU$99.95 price.

With this development, Atari would be all alone in their plans to slap Wii games with a hefty AU$109 price. EA was the first software giant to come up with a 99.95 tag. Will Atari follow suit? Well, it is best to keep checking us out for more news about it.

Via Aussie-Nintendo

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