GoldenEye 007 was released on November 2, 2010 as an exclusive for the Nintendo Wii. The game released with two versions: a standard software only version with a MSRP of $49.99, and a Golden Classic Controller Pro bundle with a MSRP of $69.99. Well, it appears one online retailer has jumped the gun, and already lowered GoldenEye 007's "List Price" for the software version only.
While browsing Amazon.com, I noticed they had(still have) the standard GoldenEye 007 software version on sale for $29.99! I thought that was an incredible price, and then I noticed the "List Price:" that Amazon.com shows for the game. Amazon.com now has "List Price: 39.99", instead of the original $49.99. You can see it in the picture below:
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I think it's very interesting seeing Amazon.com being the first retailer to lower GoldenEye 007's "List Price" down to $39.99. It's only been 5 months since GoldenEye 007 was released, and I wonder if this is Amazon.com just making a price drop move first on GoldenEye 007, or if they are following instructions from Activision. I think it's interesting that Call of Duty: Black Ops on the Wii still has its original "List Price" of $49.99.
Anyway, if you haven't seen any footage of GoldenEye 007's online multi-player, below is a video of a Team Conflict match on GoldenEye 007's Memorial map:
Dustin, from MyLittleGamer.Blogspot.com, was on my team in the video above, and his name was Elephantman.
If you already own GoldenEye 007 and play it online any, feel free to add my friend code to your list. My friend code is: 2043-7355-3797.
Does GoldenEye 007's new list price of $39.99 make you more likely to buy it if you haven't purchased it? Or, did you already click "Add to Cart" and get the game for $29.99?
If you're interested in GoldenEye 007, you can see both bundles on Amazon.com linked below: