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An item that has been used previously. The item may have some signs of cosmetic wear, but is fully operational and functions as intended. This item may be a floor model or store return that has been used. See the seller’s listing for full details and description of any imperfections. See all condition definitions- opens in a new window or tab
|Seller Notes:||“The console works great and is good condition but does have some normal outer wear. Mario Kart 8 comes complete with instructions in very good condition. Wii remote and Nunchuk are authentic Nintendo and in good condition. Gamepad is in good condition and works great!! All authentic hookups are in good condition. The HDMI wire is also authentic Nintendo. Everything included has been cleaned, tested and is guaranteed to work great!!!!”|
|Model:||Wii U - Deluxe||Hard Drive Capacity:||32GB|
|A/V Output(s):||S-Video, HDMI||MPN:||WUPSKAFB|
|Platform:||Nintendo Wii U||Design/Finish:||Matte|
|Storage Capacity:||32 GB||Type:||Handheld System|
|Games Included:||Mario Kart 8||Resolution:||1080p (FHD)|
|Features:||Wii Remote, 100% Authentic Hookups, Mario Kart 8, Wii Nunchuk||Region Code:||NTSC-U/C (US/Canada)|
|The Deluxe edition of this Wii system comes in a stylish black color. This color has a beautiful shine that repels fingerprints and smudges. The plastic case is sturdy, making it a durable enough to avoid getting damaged easily. With a wide variety of titles to choose from, this accessory is perfect for gamers of all ages. Released in 2012, the Wii U is the sixth home console by the company. One of the distinguishing features of the Wii U is its controller, the Wii U GamePad. This GamePad combines an analog stick, traditional buttons, a gyroscope, and a touchscreen into one device. This second screen gives developers the flexibility to add unique features to games for the system. For example, in "NBA 2k13," the screen allows you to call out plays with the tap of a finger quickly. In "Nintendo Land," the screen gives you additional information about the current game. You can also transmit gameplay directly to this secondary screen. For example, if someone else wants to use the television, configure the Wii U to display the game on the GamePad instead. The Wii U is a Nintendo home console that outputs high-definition graphics. The HD graphics mean that your Nintendo video games look incredible when you play them. For example, in "New Super Mario Bros. U," you notice details on both the heroes and villains. Games like "Pikmin 3" explode off the screen in a splash of color and vibrancy. With 2GB of RAM and a graphics card based on the Radeon R700, there is a lot of power in this little box. The Deluxe model comes with 32GB of hard drive space built directly into the device. This storage space is enough to house over 10 digital titles and 200 saved games. If you find yourself needing additional hard drive space, insert an SD card into the device. The Wii U is 6.8 inches wide, 1.8 inches tall, and 10.6 inches long.|
|GTIN||0709009997532, 0045496311049, 0045496880866|
|UPC||0045496311049, 0709009997532, 0045496880866|
|Model||Wii U - Deluxe|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||127470376|
|Product Key Features|
|A/V Output(s)||S-Video, HDMI|
|Platform||Nintendo Wii U|
|Region Code||NTSC-U/C (US/Canada)|
|Hard Drive Capacity||32GB|
|Additional Product Features|
|Audio Output Support||Stereo|
|Product Name||Nintendo Wii U|
|Power Source Types||Power Adapter-External|
|Device Input Support||Wireless Gaming Controller, Remote Control, Game Pad|
|Supported Media||Nintendo Wii Disc|
|Country Region||North America|
|Video Color Output||Color|
|Video Outputs||Rgb, S-Video, Component Video, Hdmi|
|Product Line||Nintendo Wii|
|Internet Connectivity||Wired, Wireless|
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Underrated little system
Let me start off by saying I absolutely love this console. And my review is in no way unbiased because of my adoration of Nintendo. This system is something that I've wanted for years. Let me explain why. Legend of Zelda: You can get the entire series download on this and the 3DS console. It's insane. I had a lot of Wii VC that I loved to play until my Wii started to die My first console was Nintendo. I love the art style, I love the graphics, I love everything about it. The good -Decent Library at the end of its life -Cheap Wii VC games of some of the biggest Wii titles (Super Mario Galaxy 1&2, Xenoblade Chronicles X, etc) -Lots of good first party games The bad -Little 3rd party support -Poor wifi connectivity. It consistently drops and I cannot get a good Netflix stream on it. -Gamepad disconnections occasionally, breaking the flow of the game. -Slow UI when standby functions are turned off. However if they aren't, the TV will randomly have a popup asking to switch to the Wii U's input. Overall I love the system. There's a lot that could have been done better, but there's so much that was done right and I love it.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: yppeh1
The system came wrapped on bubble wrap on a box, and that it. The main system came with scratches. When I turned on, I realized I needed to charge the Gamepad, but this bundle didn't came with an AC Adapter for the pad. Instead, it came with a USB Type C cable, useless for the system. Also, I don't know what is it for, but it came with an extra AC Adapter which had an output for the main system but it was inverted, so there is really no use for it. Also, I don't know what was it, but a plastic thing that came in the box was broken, I believe it was the Gamepad stand or something.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: decluttr_store
Nice system but a bit costly.
Nice system but a bit costly. The Wii U is a nice concept to put the desktop game console and a portable game controller fully integrated so you can have the great visual on the portable unit as well to use Big TV for more excited group interaction. Pros: . System runs quit smooth once it's updated. The large LCD on the game-pad actually looks good. Fit big palm very well. The WiFi setting allows manually enter SSID and other connection parameter enable connect to WiFi that doesn't broadcast SSID. (Try that on some of the E-reader, tablet, it will not connect.) And it has no trouble remember the connection after the initial connection. This allow the host WiFi remain in low profile (other would have to guess the SSID correct even before they can start guessing security code.) Cons: The mandated update upon install takes around 1 hours download on a reasonably fast Cable Internet connection. ( By now it should be well know for anyone own or interested in Wii U. Sony has stated this will not change for at least another month or so.) Of course, one can't do without the Super Mario Bros.
It's a fantastic game console, but it just needs a little more support.
The Wii U is a great system. I can't quite put my finger on it but it reminds me vaguely of the SNES, which just makes me love it all the more. It's quiet when it's powered on, the tablet controller has a TON of potential for asymmetrical gameplay, there's no online service subscription, and it has all of Nintendo's awesome franchises. It's not all roses and sunshine for the Wii U however. The online may be free but there's very little in the way of features and it can't hold a candle to what Sony and Microsoft offer, but the biggest issue is lack of hardcore games or very many games at all for that matter. If you're coming from another system, you're going to be let down a little bit, some developers seem content with ignoring the Wii U's potential. If Nintendo can step up with their online services, and continue to attract more game developers, the Wii U is going to be a hit.
Wii U Gamepad Required, Wii Remotes not sufficient
While this may be obvious to some, you have to have a Wii U Gamepad (nearly as expensive as the console) in order to configure, setup and use the Wii U or get to the point of being able to play Wii games. Following that, you can use Wii remote controllers when playing Wii games but to get to the standard Wii environment you have to use the Wii U Gamepad. So be aware if you are trying to replace a Wii Console with Wii U Console, you will also need a Wii U gamepad and the power supply is also different.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: refurbished | Sold by: jandsgames