Bandai Tamagotchi - Digital Key-chain Pets - Are Back

Posted: Feb 4 2004, 9:00am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:15pm CDT, in News | Portable Devices

Bandai Tamagotchi - Digital key-chain Pets - are back
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Bandai announced a new generation of their mega-hit Tamagotchi.

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The more advanced Tamagotchi's will be available in March in Japan. The Tamagotchi was first launched in 1996 and had sold 40 million units within a couple of years. The Tamagotchi hype came sudden and faded also pretty quickly.
The new Tamagotchi's will have a infra-red interface and the digital pets can visit each other to bring presents and start romances. The new Tamagotchi can have kids too.
The price will be around $20. Visit Bandai's Tamagotchi Web Site.
I am not sure if it will be another block buster hit for Bandai like last time around.

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