One E3 announcement which has slipped through the fingers of many is Nintendo's reduction in pricing for GBA cartridges. Developers and publishers will pay three dollars less per (64Mbit, 4k EEPROM) cartridge, which means that more new games will cost $29.99 in North America. Because Nintendo serves everything out of its Japanese facilities, it's a safe bet that this applies globally. We should start to see cheaper GBA games in Europe before the end of the summer.
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