As the prices of the other consoles out there continue to steadily drop, sales of the Wii have taken a turn for the worse. In fact, last month, Wii sales were down a whopping 39 percent from the previous year. Industry analyst Michael Pachter doesn't foresee things getting any better, either -- not unless a Wii price cut is on the horizon. Here's what he had to say:
GamesIndustry.Biz reports this is called "price fatigue." I can't help but feel that with the madness of the Wii sales previously, most people that want one already have one -- but if the console drops to $199, we may see that theory proved wrong. If you don't have a Wii, would you buy one if the price dropped?
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