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Nintendo Wii: November, $250, no nickel-and-diming

Nintendo Wii: November, $250, no nickel-and-diming

USA Today is reporting, after an interview with Nintendo president and COO Reggie Fils-Aime, that the Nintendo Wii will not include extra fees for its online gaming component (here's lookin' at you, Xbox Live!). Reggie still won't say anything specific about timing and price, but USA Today is confirming the oft-repeated November 2006 and less-than-$250 storyline. Wow, at less than $250 with no crazy upgrade packages, hidden fees, or maddening online subscriptions, "new level" packages, or "marketplace" options, how can a company even expect to stay in business?!