GameCube cheaper in Rotterdam

€244 - that's practically what we were supposed to get in the UK

Source - GameCube Europe

GameCube Europe is reporting that MediaMarkt in Rotterdam, Holland is only asking €244, which is about £149.50, for Nintendo gameCube when it launches in May. Many other European retailers are opting for a higher price point of €259 or €269 according to the website, whereas the console seems to be selling for £169-79 in the UK, with some early birds having scored cheaper pre-orders with Amazon, Gameplay and others. The same website is also reporting a high level of interest in Australia, where the console will launch on 17th May. Related Feature - 25,000 Cubes pre-ordered in the UK

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