Oh Masuhiro, you’re out of the loop! Ina and Yori are totally not getting married anymore, sorry.
PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT! So when it comes to this ‘next generation’ of consoles, for whatever reason I’m most interested in the WiiU. Maybe it’s because Nintendo in HD looks DELICIOUS, or maybe I’m just burnt out on drab, gritty, post apocalyptic zombie games, or I’m not really into shooters, or all three! Either way, the WiiU’s library is piling up with all these games I’m interested in; Wonderful 101, Mariokart 8, Bayonetta 2, Hyrule Warriors, Smash Bros WiiU, those Amiibos(I know, I’m a sucker)! But, oh, well, geez, $300 for the system, or $350 for a bundle, that’s a lot of money.
Well, I finally took the plunge, but instead of buying a brand new system or a user system, I ordered a refurbished WiiU from nintendo.com. It showed up at my door about a week ago, along with an amazon.com ordered copy of Hyrule Warriors, and I have been playing the cuss out of that game since. As refurbished products go, I can’t recommend this enough! The WiiU runs great ( even despite being left on for hours when I have to pause in the middle of a Hyrule Warriors level), looks like a brand new console, and is $100 cheaper than a standard new WiiU. So to anyone who wants a WiiU but finds the $300 price tag a little too steep, and doesn’t feel comfortable trying to get a used console for cheap, be aware of those $200 refurbished models. GOOD DEAL, FRIENDS.
Also, Hyrule Warriors is super rad. Impa’s my jam.Published on by Alex Kolesar