3DS price slips below £200

Who has the best deal?

A number of vendors are now offering Nintendo's forthcoming 3DS handheld for under £200.

A furious retailer price war has raged since pre-orders opened on 19th January, finally whittling it down from the steep £230 many were initially asking for, to a more manageable £196.99 at Toys R Us.

For your convenience, here's a full rundown of available online prices, starting with the cheapest:

The system launches on 25th March with these games. Ready to jump in yet?

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