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Here’s How to Get a Wii U for $200

Posted on Friday, May 9 @ 06:47:14 PST by Alex_Osborn

Despite the fact that Wii U has been struggling ever since it launched back in 2012, it's managed to amass a quality (albeit small) library of really compelling software.

From Super Mario 3D World and Wind Waker HD to the upcoming Mario Kart 8 and Smash Bros., there's plenty of great stuff to play on the tablet-centric console in 2014. Sadly, however, the $300+ price tag has proven to be a major turn-off.

If you're in the market for a Wii U and don't want to pay the premium asking price, you can head over to Nintendo's online store and get a refurbished model of the deluxe system, complete with Nintendo Land, for just $200. Now that's a little easier to swallow, isn't it?
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