Buy Cheap Wii
I just bought a WII U but I don't have a gamepad for it. Any idea on where I can buy? Preferably for cheap? Also if this post isn't allowed because of rule 8, let me know. I thought it would be allowed because I'm not selling anything and I'm not asking people to sell me something, I'm just asking where I could buy it.
buy cheap wii
The Wii U is currently sitting in a sweet spot. It is nearing the end of its life and is soon to be retro, but the prices of Wii U consoles and games are still relatively cheap. If you are a retro collector, it is the perfect time to get your hands on one of these systems before the prices rise.
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80's Overdrive really nails the presentation side of things with its eye-catching 2D visuals, superb 3D effect and pumping soundtrack. It also controls well and the Career Mode is challenging enough to keep you glued to your 3DS for quite some time. The OutRun-style Time Attack mode and the Level Editor extend the lifespan of this title further, but the occasionally cheap difficulty level has an annoying habit of ruining your race as well as your mood. This is a relatively minor complaint in the grand scheme of things however, and fans of old-school arcade racers will almost certainly forgive this issue in order to play a true tribute to the classics of old. The Switch version is available, but the 3DS is where the magic is.
@Moonlessky That does make sense but some games are extremely novel to have like the 3D classics.and maybe they have slipped your mind and you forgot about them or were holding them off.or now that they are on closure sale maybe some people see it as a cheap entry into Ace attourney wich can be incentive for more games in the series! (I am just love these games)
Japan tends to be cheap most of the time when used, I know someone from Japan and he told me that is because nostalgia is less of a issue there, so a game is only expensive if the market is there and or if it really is rare.
If I walked into a store now here today and saw those prices I would walk out with about $10 to $15 worth of consoles just because I couldn't resist those kind of deals. $50 if games are like just as cheap.
Maybe it's a good thing that I don't live in Japan. XD I'd grossly overspend on secondhand consoles if they were that cheap. And it's rare that I buy systems used unless I can confirm they function well and are in good condition.
I'd gladly pick up a Wii and DS for that much, provided it was an NA model. 2 days before my state went on lockdown, a local Gamestop declared it was going out of business, "everything must go." I hope once things are less restricted, I can go in and get a Wii and a bunch of games for cheap.
The Pushmo series was a staple throughout the 3DS and Wii U era for Nintendo, with four total games in the series. If you're unfamiliar with Pushmo, it's a puzzle game where players push and pull puzzle blocks to create steps and platforms, eventually reaching the goal hidden within the giant puzzle structures. It's a great, underrated series from Fire Emblem developer Intelligent Systems, and each game is pretty cheap, too.
Kirby developers HAL Laboratory has another adorable series on the 3DS: BOXBOY! This black and white puzzle game stars Qbby, a lovable square who can create a string of connected boxes to cross gaps, open gates, and solve puzzles. The series has made a return on Switch, but the original three games are stuck on the 3DS. They're cheap and only take a few hours to complete, making them worth a look on the 3DS eShop.
Nintendo Switch Sports is coming to Switch this Spring, so the last entry in the series is probably about to become even more valuable than it already is. Wii Sports Club brings all five original Wii Sports games into HD for the Wii U. Physical copies are skyrocketing to near $100, but you can piece it together for much cheaper on the eShop.
Although the Wii Mini was met with praise for being cheap, considering it was bundled with a Wii Remote, Nunchuk and a copy of Mario Kart Wii, it was considered inferior compared to the original console. Critics were disappointed in the lack of online play and backwards compatibility with GameCube games, and also believed the hardware was still rather quite large, being about half the size of the Wii; Eurogamer's Richard Leadbetter thought the Wii Mini was not any more "living room friendly", as he believed the "bright red plastics make it stand out much more than the more neutral blacks and whites of existing model's casing." He stated that the overall design was rough in texture, and seemed to have been built with emphasis on durability. Nintendo Life reviewer Damien McFerran said that the lightweight design of the Wii Mini makes it feel "a little cheaper and less dependable" with empty space inside the shell. CNET criticized the pop-open lid for inserting disks to be "cheap-feeling".
Part of the Wii's success was attributed to its lower cost compared to the other consoles. While Microsoft and Sony have experienced losses producing their consoles in the hopes of making a long-term profit on software sales, Nintendo reportedly had optimized production costs to obtain a significant profit margin with each Wii unit sold. Soichiro Fukuda, a games analyst at Nikko Citigroup, estimated that in 2007, Nintendo's optimized production gave them a profit from each unit sold ranging from $13 in Japan to $49 in the United States and $74 in Europe. The console's final price at launch of $249.99 made it comparatively cheaper than the Xbox 360 (which had been available in two models priced at $299 and $399) and the then-upcoming PlayStation 3 (also to be available in two models priced at $499 and $599). Further, Nintendo's first-party games for the Wii were set at an retail price of $50, about $10 less expensive than average games for Nintendo's competitors. Iwata stated they were able to keep the game price lower since the Wii was not as focused on high-resolution graphics in comparison to the other consoles, thus keeping development costs lower, averaging about $5 million per game compared to $20 million required for developing on the Xbox 360 or PlayStation 3.
Wii U Pro Controllers just got cheaper thanks to peripheral manufacturer Nyko, which revealed its cost-effective alternative to Nintendo's design at CES. Get pricing and a shot of the device after the jump.
These attempts followed the market to the Nintendo Wii where the genre was... less than successful. American Mensa Academy was not that successful and is something of a peculiarity upon collectors' shelves these days. Just like Cyberbike Cycling Sports, this massive price hike seems limited to the NTSC version, with PAL versions of the game remaining dirt-cheap.
1. Price. At only $99, Wii Mini will be the cheapest console on the market. The basic Wii costs $129. Even the aging Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 are more expensive, starting at $180 and $200 respectively.
If you really want an inexpensive console, hunt down the original Wii while you still can. Or pick up an Xbox 360 or PlayStation 3 during a Black Friday or holiday sale. With the next generation of consoles coming this month, prices on refurbished, used and overstocked previous-generation machines will become even cheaper.
Only by adding PS2 figures to that tally do you manage to beat the Wii's sales. The bottom line is that, excluding extremely cheap last-generation hardware (although admittedly not factoring-in the recent Xbox 360 price cuts), the Wii constitutes well over 50 per cent of the US home console market. In other parts of the world, that figure is even higher.
The company has struggled against competition not only from traditional rivals such as PlayStation maker Sony and Microsoft's Xbox, but also cheap online games that can be downloaded to smartphones and tablet computers. (c) 2012 AFP
Apparel. The big news here is that the good stuff is much cheaper. Shoe designer Jimmy Choo (of Sex and the City fame) is having a 50%-off sale at its retail stores and online, and Saks Fifth Avenue has slashed prices on designer labels, such as Yves saint Laurent, Burberry and Ralph Lauren Black Label, by as much as 75%. "It's amazing to see that kind of discounting," de Grandpre says. Even trendy Ugg boots are on sale.
As part of a broader comment on the themes of "excessive violence" in modern videogames, Miyamoto noted: "Nintendo's mission is to take advantage of improving cheaper technology to create reasonable and affordable entertainment."
Yokoi sought to take advantage of cheap, mature technology in the design of systems like the Game Boy, and current Nintendo boss Satoru Iwata has previously acknowledged that it continues to inform the thoughts of designers working on systems like DS and Wii.
Your point about the fact that some people have just decided that they don't want to play these games and that not all people crack even Wii (which is very easy and simple to crack) is, valid, I'll give you that. All was just a hyperbola on my path: certanly piracy on Wii is more widespread that on XBox360 or PS3, but that because it's much simpler there. You don't need to even open the cover: buy cheap USB stick, install couple of programs - and play games for free! Almost like PC, really.
Sony, Nintendo and Microsoft, as well as software publishers like Electronic Arts and retailers like GameStop, have pitched video games as cheap entertainment. Players can get many more hours in front of a TV screen from a $60 video game than from a $25 DVD.
But people squeezed by the economy may not have even that to spend. Many have turned to online games that are cheaper or free. Even loyal, "hardcore" gamers are being more selective instead of lining up to buy every new release, and many are trading used games among themselves. 041b061a72