We Have a Price Point for Nintendo’s Online Service

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Nintendo President Tatsumi Kimishima told the Nikkei that it would have an annual fee of ¥2,000-3,000 — around $17-26 at today’s exchange rates.

So that means here in the US expect to pay roughly $25-30 for a year’s worth of Nintendo’s online service which compared to Sony’s $50 and Microsofts $60 makes it a lot more palatable as long as it works, and you know what, paying $30 isn’t a bad trade off to get rid of the “friend codes”.

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