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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