Walmart's low prices have given it a retail edge and driven many family businesses into the dirt where they belong, but it seems the company may have gone a little bit too far with this. The company is offering a third-party Wii remote bundle for $35, and it's mental.
For your $35, you'll get either a Nyko Wand remote or a Power A Wii Pro controller, plus your choice of game from a selected list. The list includes the kind of crap you'd expect like Carnival Games, but it also boasts high profile titles like Super Mario Galaxy 2 and Epic Mickey, making this a bundle that you'd almost be stupid to pass up.
Seriously, a brand new game and a controller for a percentage of a new game's cost. That's silly.
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