dealsnintendo wii black bundle w/ wii sports wii…

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Not a bad price, but personally, I don't think I'd spend that much on an outdated console now. If you can wait, the Wii U is bound to drop in price by next Christmas season (and personally, I would guess sooner). The Wii U will still play Wii games, and you're not going to be seeing many more new games for the older system.

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This isn't a deal, that's MSRP.

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Isn't this the normal price for a Wii nowadays? My mom bought a Wii two years ago for $125 and when she bought it, it was a deal, but I'm pretty sure it's dropped down to around that price since then.

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If you're just looking for a system to play the downloadable older games offered by Nintendo and don't want to spend the extra money for more system than you will use, this is a great unit. It is MSRP and the price everywhere, but it's great for a child's first game system.

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@kattotang: Hmm. Perhaps it is. I bought my console early-on so I haven't paid the closest attention. I figured that with two games and a motion plus controller (at least, I assume it's motion plus if it comes with Wii Sports Resort), it was slightly discounted. Maybe I'm wrong.

In any case, I would still advocate waiting. Especially if you're willing to buy used systems, I'd expect to be paying a lot less for the original Wii. ...and then once again, the Wii U is out. It's bound to have a price drop sooner or later. I haven't followed the sales numbers closely, but I wouldn't be surprised if we see a price drop akin to the 3DS's.