3DS price cut war: £115 at Tesco

All games £25 at Morrisons.

The Nintendo 3DS price war is in full swing: supermarket giant Tesco has slashed the price of the handheld to £115.

Morrisons has cut the Nintendo 3DS to £120. There, all 3DS games are £25.

Tesco and Morrisons' new prices go into effect tomorrow, Friday 12th August – the day Nintendo's official price cut goes live.

Yesterday GameStop.co.uk listed the 3DS for £135 with free delivery.

We're inching towards that magic £100. Any more for any more?

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