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US: Grab A Refurbished Wii U Deluxe Edition For $200

The Wii U is almost at the end of its life, but there’s a decentΒ back catalogueΒ of first party titles and the odd sprinkling of third party titles available for the system. If you’ve yet to pick one up then now could be ideal opportunity as Nintendo of America via eBay is selling the black 32GB Deluxe system forΒ $200 with Nintendo Land. That’s $100 off the original recommended retail price.

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      1. If my WiiU broke, yes, I would. Basically, Call of Duty Ghosts, Local Multiplayer with one player on gamepad and the other on the TV is too good to pass up. Kind of a routine for my wife and I every night. 2 on 11, 5 minutes, unlimited… just a thing.

        Plus, because the WiiU is also a Wii, it kills two birds with one stone.

  1. Nintendo, you gotta do more than this to get your Wii U up again!

    You really can’t face the fact that the Wii U is dead, can you Nintendo?

    Let the switch redeem you!

    Nobody’s going to get a Wii U for $200 at the end of the life.

  2. I really liked the Wii u although it’s slowly dying. If you want to keep selling them reuse commercials, start selling them everywhere, or sell them at a lower price. πŸ˜€

  3. Nintendo has no clue how to price anything, they are failing due to poor marketing, poor pricing and continuing to do the same failed strategies over and over again for years. They will fail with the switch too because they have made incredibly bad choices for people they hired to do the job of deciding what people want, what they will spend and how to improve.

    1. Keep paying full price while the rest of the world plays roms and hacks the system. Your understanding right now contributes to the loss of sales. Nintendo is amazing, has amazing games and they can be played on other devices without Nintendo making money. That is a loss for the company. Switch is going to be a great idea and concept especially since they can get more games and offer two ways to play but specs can lead to their death. IMO they will do well year one and after that we all will see. You can’t keep selling high priced games I can play somewhere else for much less.

        1. Absolutely, but their prices are only pushing kids to use other means because they can’t afford it. Trust me, I buy my games, but I’m not a fool to what is being done around me. Ps vitas that play Nintendo games and Wii U’s that play game cube games, all free. I agree with you, problem becomes that their strategy to combat this is so far not successful. They are fighting more than one battle, the groups who play their games free and the systems that produce better specs. I own a 3ds and a Wii U and a game cube, all I can do is buy games. I’ve already bought in, but I think their idea of deals are sub par which is their third loss in a poor strategy. The old Nintendo club was great and offered better success I think.

    1. It’s been almost ten years and Nintendo has only recently lowered the price of the Wii to $100. I don’t think they’ll be lowering the price of the Wii U that much yet…

  4. They have been doing this for way longer then now. This isn’t something Nintendo did at the end of the Wii U’s life cycle

  5. I agree that $200 is too much for a console that has very few games and now that the Switch is coming in 3 months every one will save their money for the new console. Even a smart 10-year kid will realise that a new console is better than its predecesor (Wii U).

  6. I’d say it was a worth it for the mere reason that it is backwards compatible with the original Wii, so the entire catalog overall is rather massive. It is a shame that the Wii U was seemingly abandoned by Nintendo a couple of years ago, the small library reflects that. But again, if you don’t own a Wii U or a Wii, I’d say it was worth it. [However maybe not THAT particular sale, I found my brother a used Wii U refurbished by Nintendo for around $180, AND it came w/ Nintendo Land, and Super Mario 3d world, plus it was 32GB. Only difference was the color being white vs black.]

  7. I appreciate the Wii U for the simple fact I have it as the uo to date Zelda collection console. Some VC, some Disk format. Either way, when you have LoZ, LoZ II, ALTTP, OoT, MM (VC), WW HD, TP HD (both disk), SS (VC), and access to MC, PH and ST (though I probably won’t bother because I understand the play is horror on the eyes and sometimes doesn’t work well), along with BOTW eventually, I can’t complain or go against Nintendo. I’m more of a ‘casual’ gamer these days at 32, don’t have endless hours to play them like I used to, but I’m a big LoZ fan. In short, the Wii U works for me just for that…and now I have my son really into the series with me. I actually picked up a $13 WM+ adapter for my regular Wiimote and saved $30 over the WM+ Wiimote and even have SS for $20 compared to the $40 disk version…I’ve played em all before with many 100% playthroughs. I just won’t invest maximum dollar amounts this day in age…may Switch get all the Zelda titles now.

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