Used Wii U for $250 with Monster Hunter Ultimate and a HDD, is that a good buy?

#11tyrolzallPosted 5/14/2013 6:02:45 PM
Barter with him and try to talk him down to 200. People usually take lower than their asking price, if not then they usually never sell it.
#12tyrolzallPosted 5/14/2013 6:05:12 PM
Tell him $200 is a lot more than the pawn shop will give him. And convince him that he will be able to buy another one for quite a bit cheaper in the near future if he decides to.
#13Infinity8378Posted 5/14/2013 6:20:58 PM
http://www.gamefaqs.com/boards/631516-wii-u/66157405
#14Faceman_Posted 5/14/2013 6:51:53 PM
solosnake posted...
Eh, to be honest I'd wait. Wii u might end up going the way of the dreamcast if they don't get things turned around soon.


Never going to happen. Nintendo could simply rerelease Mario Kart Wii on the U with no new features and it would be a console seller. Mario and especially Mario Kart have too much marketability now.
#15HeroC114(Topic Creator)Posted 5/14/2013 8:31:55 PM
It was $230 actually.

The guy is a friend of my brother and he has a crap ton of collectible stuff.

I'm digging the thing, although this will be my last week to have with it as school starts in a week, but I figured since I was buying one eventually, I wouldn't even find a deal that good new. Thanks for the posts though. :)