Really good deal for casual gamers and kids. Nerds shut up all ready
Erik Berg, Amazon
23 March 2014
Summary: I know I could have got a used wii for about the same price but the fact is that this is a brand new system with a remote, nunchuck, and game; all for the unbeatable price of a hundred dollars.
Summary: I was trying to rack my brain on all the hate behind this console. But then I realized, taking out the Gamecube ports, online, and SD Card, really affect one game the most: Super Smash Brothers.
Summary: I am very happy to be able to buy a Wii for such a reasonable price. For me personally, having a Wii that isn't compatible with Game Cube games isn't a problem because I do not own any Game Cube games.
Summary: It is the bare bones of Wii's no Gamecube and no internet and at a good price of $100. Even though it's a Canadian exclusive it does work on American TVs and US Wii games. The console sits flat, has a disc lid kinda like the Gamecube, no Gamecube memory card or controller ports, no SD card port.
Summary: It's a good product. It is a Wii, with no gamecube support and no online access. I would like to point out that it is currently being sold elsewhere for $100. Anyone charging more than that at the time of this review is trying to ripping you off.