In the Game Wars, Nintendo's All Charged Up

Building on the DS's success, its Wii consolecheaper, and geared to a gamut of cool gamescould rack up points against Sony's new PS3

It could be a World of Warcraft moment when Sony's (SNE) PlayStation 3 and Nintendo's Wii next-generation game consoles both hit the market, as expected, in November. True, Sony stills rules this high-end segment of the game console market, but analysts are worried about a possibly shaky debut for the new PS3, which will cost a hefty $600 (see, 7/20/2006, "Will Sony's Pricey PS3 Pay Off?").

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