Chris Morris, over at CNNMoney's Game Over column
, has some interesting speculation that the price of the PS3 may break new price barriers with much of the industry guessing at a $500 price point. Morris does offer up a grain of salt, suggesting that Sony may just be letting all this speculation go unchecked and then coming in lower than everyone expected, as was the case with the launch of the PSP. Fortunatey for us, no matter how much it costs, it's a business expense. However, I do feel that both Microsoft and Sony are pricing their consoles outside of the average person's budget. Will this leave room for a strategic launch of the Nintendo Revolution? I'm guessing it will.
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