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Activision Wants Videogame Prices Higher - Activision Wants Videogame Prices Higher
Fri, September 23 2005 | 4:55PM | PermaLink Feedback?
The next generation ATi Radeon videocards should be out in early October. Rambus is not going to sue Samsung. Corsair USB flash drives are already dual channenl. Nintendo will drop the price on its DS. Finally videogame would be higher permantly if Activision's CEO gets his way. Luckily their games suck.

Kotick is the first corporate CEO to come out and publicly state that he intends to raise video game prices, though they’re all at it with pre-order prices for Xbox 360 titles weighing in at an average of $10 more than the current crop. Of course those of us in the UK with our magical 1:1 conversion rate to dollars will wind up paying £10 more…

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