Word is going around that the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 could be seeing some changes to their asking price later this year. According to the rumor, Sony could be planning an entry-level £200 ($295) version of the PS3 that offers a smaller hard drive with a single controller. Microsoft could possibly include the upcoming motion sensing Natal to beef up its Xbox 360, though there are rumblings of a possible version of it without Project Natal going for less than £100 ($147). Finally, if the rumor is true, Nintendo is also looking to elicit a price drop in order to continue competing with the Xbox 360 and the PlayStation 3. Do you think we’ll be seeing a price cut anytime soon, or are these console makers going to be firm about maintaining their current price points?
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