Wii U games going dirt cheap at EB Games
If you haven't upgraded to the Switch yet, these deals are too good to pass up.
EB Games is throwing quite a juicy bone to the few Wii U owners (myself included) who haven't yet ditched the system for the Nintendo Switch. As part of the retailer's ongoing "Biggest Sale Ever" event, a bunch of the best Wii U games have been discounted significantly below the typical threshold for Nintendo games. You've got the adorable platforming action of Kirby and the Rainbow Paintbrush for $28, the stellar salvaging of Pikmin 3 for $36 and the slick racing of Mario Kart 8 for an impressive $47.
We've rounded up the best of the Wii U games on sale below, and you can check out the full sale for yourself over at the EB Games website. Just remember that EB charges $3.50 for delivery, so you'll want to pick up your order in store if you can.
|Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash||$15.00|
|Xenoblade Chronicles X||$28.00|
|Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE||$28.00|
|Yoshi's Woolly World||$28.00|
|Kirby and the Rainbow Paintbrush||$28.00|
|The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD||$36.00|
|Super Mario 3D World||$47.00|
|Super Smash Bros.||$47.00|
|Mario Kart 8||$47.00|
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