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Nintendo cuts game price

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Nintendo of America today announced a $20 price cut for its 3-D Virtual Boy portable videogame system introduced last summer, bringing the price to $159.95. So far the system has failed to wow consumers, who are flocking to the new 32-bit Sony Playstation and Sega Saturn systems, each selling for $299. Leo Burnett USA, Chicago, is Nintendo's agency.

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