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Walmart exclusive Wii Sports Resort Wii bundle is awesome

6:00 PM on 03.06.2010

Matthew Razak

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So you sold your Wii three years ago for some reason I'm sure you'll tell us about in the comments, and now you can't play New Super Mario Bros. Wii, No More Heroes 2, MadWorld, Silent Hill: Shattered Memories or Wii Sports Resort (or whatever other good Wii game you want to name that I'm sure you'll tell us about in the comments). However, you just can't seem to bring yourself to spend $200 on the system and then another $20-$50 on one of those games. Then there's the charge for that damn Wii MotionPlus all the kids are so crazy about. It's a problem

Problem solved thanks to Walmart... if you want Wii Sports Resort, that is.

Starting online Sunday and in stores Tuesday, Walmart will be selling an exclusive Wii Sports Resort bundle of the Wii. What makes this so special though is that you're not going to be paying for Wii Sports Resort or the MotionPlus that comes with it. Nope, the tag on this bundle is still $199.99. You get the Wii, a Wii Remote, Wii Sports, Wii Sports Resort and a Wii MotionPlus without spending more than it would cost you without Wii Sports Resort in the bundle.

If you were ever considering buying a Wii, now would be a good time to do it. Do it quickly though, the bundle will only be around while supplies last.


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