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On this latest A Videogame Discussion featured article, I'll discuss on why should I encourage future Wii U owners to mostly pay Wii U titles at their full MSRP suggested retail price.

A few days ago, Nintendo announced that they're selling each Wii U system at a lose. This means that in order for Nintendo's next gen system to be profitable, Software sells are the key. Personally, this is a very good motivation in accepting to pay $60 on first-party Wii U titles, because as a loyal Nintendo fan I want the Wii U to succeed. Unfortunately, most of the launch titles from Nintendo that I am not willing to pay at full price.

I not asking that you should stop going to Gamestop for used Wii U copies or stop checking for bargain prices from Amazon, keep in mind that purchasing just one $60 game (such as the next Super Smash Bros title) is not enough.

Does the announcement of Wii U systems selling at a lose change your opinion about over price retail Wii U games? Leave your welcoming thoughts at the comment section below.

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I'll be buying them digitally so unless they go down in price over time, I'll be picking em up at a higher price
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The best thing that comes out of this news, is that most Wii U software in Australia is priced at $79.99.

Prices are getting closer now, which is good.
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I definitely don't mind paying 60 dollars for a game...just as long as the 60 dollars I put towards the game are worth it. Plus, I'm a big supporter of Nintendo because I want them to stay in business and keep making the games that I enjoy.
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