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Topic # 105419 4-Jul-2012 09:10
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Was there a price drop for the PS 3? , Warehouse are selling the 160GB PS 3 for a $159 with a choice of the move starter pack or another controller free, now i dont need a another gaming console but i do need a blu ray player and thats a good price considering i get the move starter pack for my other PS 3.

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  Reply # 650449 4-Jul-2012 09:12
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I dont know where you seen that price? its actually $395



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  Reply # 650479 4-Jul-2012 09:50
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ooops your right wasn,t watching the add properly , just saw the $159 and thought all my Christmases had come at once. that will teach me to watch adds on fast forward

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 651344 5-Jul-2012 14:50
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For $159 it would've been a bargain just as a network-connected BluRay player.

They're actually starting to integrate Move support into some "proper" games now, even if it makes no sense to do so (Motorstorm: Apocalypse? Really?). I can see it _maybe_ being workable in Oddworld: Strangers Wrath, but the 3rd person view makes it a bit odd.

They must be getting close to some sort of 3rd iteration of the unit. My trusty launch day fat PS3 is still going strong.

I still want my light-sabre game dammit.




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