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Xbox 360 & GBA Micro Get Priced!

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I think Nitendo does too much with their products.
Game Boy Micro? What the hell? Didn't Nintendo just release the NDS or is this some kind of smaller, cheaper, but official version of the GBA?
Im kinda pissed, i put money down on the Xbox and i was hoping it would be three hundred with the hard drive, Im not sure if im going to keep it. There arent even any really appealing games coming out for it. The Micro I would buy at 50 bucks but 100 is too much with the DS being only slightly more expensive
I'm in no hurry, I'll wait to see how much PS3 will be before I decide if I want to go next gen. Seems to me the game companies are getting greedy. They spend a fraction of what hollywood does on a production and then sells each copy for around $75 here. That's a pretty big profit margain. Hmmmmmm.
Not too much of a fan of Xbox.  I stuck by the Playstation just because they have Metal Gear Solid, Devil May Cry, and Gran Turismo.  But, even now, I don't have as much time to play with any games!
I never heard of Game Boy Micro.
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I know that Sony is going all the way with Blu-Ray Games and DVDs.
I think i'll stick to my computer - plays the same games and doesn't cost heaps to play....
Xbox 360 & GBA Micro Get Priced!

 Fall's hippest new tech-cessory won't be found on a fashion runway, but it will turn every head just the same. Game Boy micro starts shipping to stores nationally Sept. 19 at an MSRP of $99.99, and promises to be one of the most sought-after gotta-haves heading into fall and the holiday season.

For gamers who want the ultimate experience (and the best value) right out of the box, Microsoft will offer the $399.99 U.S./€399.99/£279.99 Xbox 360 console. This premium edition — distinguished by signature metallic detailing on the console itself — comes fully loaded for the ultimate gaming experience, with components and accessories that would cost more than $200 if sold separately:

    * Xbox 360 console. Sexy styling that packs a punch — three powerful core processors are poised to pump out 720p/1080i output, 16x9 cinematic aspect ratio, anti-aliasing for smooth textures, full surround sound and DVD playback right out of the box.
    * Xbox 360 Hard Drive (20 GB). 20 GB and detachable, the hard drive allows gamers to store their games, music, downloaded trailers, levels, demos and community-created content from Xbox Live Marketplace.
    * Xbox 360 Wireless Controller. Hassle-free high-performance precision wireless gaming features the Xbox® Guide Button for quick access to digital movies, music and games libraries as well as a range and battery life of up to 30 feet and 30 hours of life on two AA batteries.
    * Xbox 360 Faceplate. The removable Faceplate comes in stylish “chill” (white) and can be swapped out with custom Faceplates to reflect gamers’ personalities or decor.
    * Xbox 360 Headset. This lets gamers strategize with teammates or trash-talk opponents while playing games on Xbox Live.
    * Xbox 360 Component HD-AV Cable. This connects gamers to the world of Xbox 360 games and graphics through high-definition and standard-definition connections.
    * Xbox Live Silver membership. With this, gamers can chat with friends online, send and receive voice and text messages, and access new content from Xbox Live Marketplace demos such as trailers and casual games from Xbox Live Arcade.
    * A bonus Media Remote. Included for a limited time, the integrated control center for the entire digital experience lets consumers play DVDs, movies and music, as well as access their Windows® XP Media Center Edition 2005-based PC’s controls with a single remote.

At $299.99 U.S./€299.99/£209.99, the Xbox 360 Core System comes standard with what consumers need to jump right into next-generation games and media, and is fully expandable to the complete Xbox 360 experience:

    * Xbox 360 console. As with the premium edition, three powerful core processors pump out 720p/1080i output, 16x9 cinematic aspect ratio, anti-aliasing for smooth textures, full surround sound and DVD playback right out of the box.
    * Xbox 360 Controller. This wired controller features an extended nine-foot cable and a comfortable, enhanced ergonomic design.
      • Xbox 360 Faceplate. Like no other console before, the Xbox 360 console allows customization and a removable Faceplate that comes in stylish “chill” (white), which can be swapped out with other custom Faceplates to reflect gamers’ personalities or decor.
    * Xbox 360 Standard AV Cable. This connects gamers to the world of Xbox 360, delivering great next-generation graphics and games using standard-definition connections.