For $299 this year, says analyst.
But only in the US, so far.
Good news, PEGI. Bad luck, pirates.
Mainstream acceptance still a way away.
Former Sony man takes Europe job.
Into four divisions. Some job losses in UK.
Over one million customers now served.
Government adopts TIGA's plan.
Developers positive on 3DS.
3DS can reboot flagging DS market.
Sales of everything but handhelds fell.
Former EA man slags off management.
FIFA 10 and FIFA 2009 also in top 10.
Rogue Warrior dev bites the dust.
Scores minimal points in annual report.
To allow updates and cost savings.
Last year was second strongest in history.
But Nintendo dominates rest of charts.
"Sell-and-forget" model is undesirable.
Nintendo "extremely disappointed" at ruling.
New report reckons tech will spread rapidly.
Mid-December firmware has emulator.
Silicon Knights are one of the last "V8s".
Activision's "greatest" has sold 55m units.
Rebellion "always appreciated fan support."
Fils-Aime pumped about showing more.
Dev discusses price variation on Steam.
From Visceral to Sledgehammer.
In development in Montreal, says Wada.
Analyst questions hasty results.
Retailers lash out at supermarkets, etailers.
The Hut/LoveFilm admit mistake.
Tackles PuzzleKings' Killer Edge Racing.
Devs hoped to take advantage of piracy.
Epic aims to get students' cogs turning.
Trade-in deals bypass price hike.
Didn't meet quality standards, apparently.
Vaizey: Industry is "critically important".
And put others off, says Chips MD.
Subscribers and press to test new features.
Performed to expectations, says Sony.
Indies want laws to stop "bully boys".
Realtime Worlds boss confirms.
The brain behind GRID and DiRT.
But won't affect UK price of £179.99.
Will be like PS3 and 360, says Squenix boss.