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Kwarlord Kronicles

Volume 1, Issue 1
November 11, 2003

In this issue:
Nintendo drops the price of the Gamecube
Sticking with what works.
Taking your games on the road

Nintendo drops the price....again!

Just in time for the holiday season, Nintendo drops the price of their new Gamecube. This is nothing new, considering that they've done the exact same thing with their previous systems in the past...but I'll get to that point in a minute. For now, let me point out that right now is the best time to buy the Gamecube system. At a low price tag of $99 for the basic system, this is the perfect opportunity to catch up on these awesome games. Not only that, but you can buy a Gameboy Advance player ($40) and play all of your Gameboy and Gameboy Advance games on your TV!

Sticking with what works.

I saw this one coming...Nintendo drops the Gamecube price from $149.99 to $99.99 for the 2003 Christmas Season. They've done this before with the NES, SNES, N64, and the various Gameboy versions before the Gameboy Advance.

This brings me to an important lesson for everybody: Stick with what works. Whether it be investing, saving, or any other productive activity, find a method that works and never waiver from it. If your plan is working and it is still boring, then don't give up! Chasing the quick buck will often lead you broke, and if you want excitement, there are much less costly ways to find some fun.

Taking your games on the road

We all know that you can take the Gameboy Advance anywere, but did you know that you can do the same thing with the Gamecube? It's true! They now sell a small flat screen monitor for your Gamecube. The screen fits on top of your Gamecube and plugs into a car cigarette lighter adapter (incuded). The only problem is that you can use both the Gameboy advance player and the screen at the same time. The only solution to this would be to go to a Radio Shack and buy a Power Inverter that plugs into the cigerette lighter and plug it in from there.

thanks for reading!

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