Nintendo hasn’t done a good job differentiating the Wii U from the original Wii to the average consumer. So it’s not surprise that many casual gamers are confused about the Wii U, thinking it’s an accessory to the original Wii. Some store owners get confused as well, which was likely the case with this electronics store in Los Angeles.
They bundled a Wii U Deluxe set with two older Wii games, and to make things worse, they’re selling the “Family Bundle” for a whopping $534 bucks. However, the Wii U is fully backwards compatible with Wii games, so technically speaking, there isn’t anything wrong with the bundle.
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