Preowned Wii U 32GB Premium Bundle (Fair Condition) + Mario Kart 8 + The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD £119.99 @ Game
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Preowned Wii U 32GB Premium Bundle (Fair Condition) + Mario Kart 8 + The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD £119.99 @ Game

£119.99GAME Deals
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Found 11th Aug 2017Edited by:"VFX9"
Seems decent price each game on its own cost around £15 to £18

Preowned Wii U 32GB Premium Bundle (Fair Condition)
+ Mario Kart 8
+ The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD

£119.99


@ Game


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'Fair Condition'
Item is in a reasonable, saleable condition with some cosmetic marks or scratchesMay not include original boxIncludes all working cablesIncludes working controller

Whats in the Box:
Black 32GB Nintendo Wii U Console
AC Adapter
Black Nintendo Wii U Game Pad
and AC Adapter
Nintendo Wii U Sensor Bar
HDMI Cable
Nintendo Premium


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If you are interested in homebrew (region free, play game backups, emulate old consoles, play gamecube games on the vWii, edit saves etc etc) check the version of your Wii U BEFORE going online with it as it will automatically update. If it is 5.5.2 you are straight out of luck, but if it is 5.5.0 or 5.5.1 (pretty likely if it is a used console as 5.5.2 only dropped a month ago) you can follow the guide here to block further system updates and install homebrew.
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Fair condition?

Are the games new
Never trust Games "fair condition". Bought another wii u for the spare room, gamepad had deep scratches and console was badly scratched. Missing stylus also
Good price given what folk seem to want to sell their old ones on fb
19DembaBa1950 m ago

Are the games new

No listed as preowned in description on game page
steverenia32 m ago

Never trust Games "fair condition". Bought another wii u for the spare …Never trust Games "fair condition". Bought another wii u for the spare room, gamepad had deep scratches and console was badly scratched. Missing stylus also



Thank you. Has anyone else any experience buying the Wii U from Game? I couldn't care about the console being in bad shape, just want a decent gamepad.
Turret12 m ago

Thank you. Has anyone else any experience buying the Wii U from Game? I …Thank you. Has anyone else any experience buying the Wii U from Game? I couldn't care about the console being in bad shape, just want a decent gamepad.


Perhaps I was just unlucky with my gamepad. Yet I can't believe game would except a traded in console with deep scratches on the screen.
Can they be returned free of charge by post or in shops if you're not happy with the condition?
kentc811 m ago

Can they be returned free of charge by post or in shops if you're not …Can they be returned free of charge by post or in shops if you're not happy with the condition?


Yes, I contacted Game when I see the condition of the console/gamepad and they said return it.
kentc814 m ago

Can they be returned free of charge by post or in shops if you're not …Can they be returned free of charge by post or in shops if you're not happy with the condition?

You have to pay for postage on returns
I'll wait for the price to go below £100 then I will order one looks like good price cant afford it
Edited by: "19DembaBa19" 11th Aug 2017
steverenia55 m ago

Never trust Games "fair condition". Bought another wii u for the spare …Never trust Games "fair condition". Bought another wii u for the spare room, gamepad had deep scratches and console was badly scratched. Missing stylus also


This. For 'fair condition' see 'dogs ear'.
Wow these still over £100!
If you are interested in homebrew (region free, play game backups, emulate old consoles, play gamecube games on the vWii, edit saves etc etc) check the version of your Wii U BEFORE going online with it as it will automatically update. If it is 5.5.2 you are straight out of luck, but if it is 5.5.0 or 5.5.1 (pretty likely if it is a used console as 5.5.2 only dropped a month ago) you can follow the guide here to block further system updates and install homebrew.
Big Hit and miss with this "fair condtion" ,you can get console that someone was cleaning using sandpaper or touchpad with a lot scratches etc.
Its packed very badly as well,everything is loose inside and move to make more sctraches...
Like somebody said before god know how they accepted this in first place because if you will go to shop to trade this they will tell you ,condtion is very bad and we will not accept this lol .
Edited by: "Tid7" 11th Aug 2017
Turret1 h, 19 m ago

Thank you. Has anyone else any experience buying the Wii U from Game? I …Thank you. Has anyone else any experience buying the Wii U from Game? I couldn't care about the console being in bad shape, just want a decent gamepad.



I bought one a few weeks ago, almost same deal, but with Mario 3D instead of Zelda.
I can't complain about the state of the gamepad, a few very faint scratches on the back, stylus was there, screen was pretty mint, no box, which as it had one in the photo, I was hoping for one.
I don't regret it at all. But I guess it's luck of the draw. No stand for the console though, that was annoying.

If you do buy it, buy Breath of the Wild, yes I know it's expensive and I can't see it dropping much for the foreseeable future (and then it will possibly become collectable and not go down anyway), but it is an amazing amazing game, absolutely enormous and since we got it, we haven't played another Wii U game.
Not bad but You can find better deals on ebay
Best thing is order more than 1 than you can keep the one in best nick and return others
cldox1 h, 44 m ago

If you are interested in homebrew (region free, play game backups, emulate …If you are interested in homebrew (region free, play game backups, emulate old consoles, play gamecube games on the vWii, edit saves etc etc) check the version of your Wii U BEFORE going online with it as it will automatically update. If it is 5.5.2 you are straight out of luck, but if it is 5.5.0 or 5.5.1 (pretty likely if it is a used console as 5.5.2 only dropped a month ago) you can follow the guide here to block further system updates and install homebrew.


I tried to stop my Wii U updating by selecting no automatic updates and changing codes access codes. However as soon as I connected to the internet so my son could use the YouTube app the update started automatically. So don't go online with your Wii U at all if you are thinking of home brew. There are hints that the crunchy roll app may have a way to exploit through the adverts but nothing availed to general users yet. I might be buying a second Wii U just for homebrew.
How are you finding these deals?! I check the Game and CeX website regularly, along with HUKD obviously... looking out for a price tag and bundle I cannot miss. I can never find these types of deals/bundles on the game website! Even when you post it on here and I can get to it on the link, I can't find it through their search options. Can someone help me understand please....
My game will take a console back if you buy online and change your mind.... Worth a go or will prices drop even further in a few months?
Pjcity14 m ago

My game will take a console back if you buy online and change your …My game will take a console back if you buy online and change your mind.... Worth a go or will prices drop even further in a few months?


My local Game act dumb if you have issues and say their not "connected" to the online store so have to deal with them directly. Worse shop experience second only to CEX.
Edited by: "daBluone" 11th Aug 2017
monnorcills1 h, 4 m ago

How are you finding these deals?! I check the Game and CeX website …How are you finding these deals?! I check the Game and CeX website regularly, along with HUKD obviously... looking out for a price tag and bundle I cannot miss. I can never find these types of deals/bundles on the game website! Even when you post it on here and I can get to it on the link, I can't find it through their search options. Can someone help me understand please....


game.co.uk/en/…es/
thebiophysicist2 h, 4 m ago

I tried to stop my Wii U updating by selecting no automatic updates and …I tried to stop my Wii U updating by selecting no automatic updates and changing codes access codes. However as soon as I connected to the internet so my son could use the YouTube app the update started automatically. So don't go online with your Wii U at all if you are thinking of home brew. There are hints that the crunchy roll app may have a way to exploit through the adverts but nothing availed to general users yet. I might be buying a second Wii U just for homebrew.


If you want just Homebrew you're better off with the original Wii...
But I guess you're after "Homebrew"
Anyone know how to get a gamepad only, my little boy has broken his? Thanks
hmu0414619 m ago

Anyone know how to get a gamepad only, my little boy has broken his? Thanks

eBay mate few on there
thebiophysicist4 h, 54 m ago

I tried to stop my Wii U updating by selecting no automatic updates and …I tried to stop my Wii U updating by selecting no automatic updates and changing codes access codes. However as soon as I connected to the internet so my son could use the YouTube app the update started automatically. So don't go online with your Wii U at all if you are thinking of home brew. There are hints that the crunchy roll app may have a way to exploit through the adverts but nothing availed to general users yet. I might be buying a second Wii U just for homebrew.

If you change your DNS settings to those in the link I posted your Wii will not be able to communicate with Nintendo update servers.
JoeBloggs1129 h, 16 m ago

Wow these still over £100!


Tbh it's a fair price unless you get a gamepad in crappy condition with the 2 games boxed. Way more appropriate than what nintendo charged for it anyway.
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On a side note I'm kind of an idiot for possibly updating mine a while ago, I assumed nintendo were done with updates and homebrew would've probably catched up so decided to keep up to date. Though it looks like there are other options should I start.
cldox3 h, 23 m ago

If you change your DNS settings to those in the link I posted your Wii …If you change your DNS settings to those in the link I posted your Wii will not be able to communicate with Nintendo update servers.

I did change the DNS settings and it still updated. Maybe when I changed the WiFi connection. Thought changing DNS settings was a one of job but maybe every connection needs DNS settings changing ???
cldox14 h, 58 m ago

If you are interested in homebrew (region free, play game backups, emulate …If you are interested in homebrew (region free, play game backups, emulate old consoles, play gamecube games on the vWii, edit saves etc etc) check the version of your Wii U BEFORE going online with it as it will automatically update. If it is 5.5.2 you are straight out of luck, but if it is 5.5.0 or 5.5.1 (pretty likely if it is a used console as 5.5.2 only dropped a month ago) you can follow the guide here to block further system updates and install homebrew.

Using homebrew, can any game be played on the gamepad screen?
jco832 h, 2 m ago

Using homebrew, can any game be played on the gamepad screen?

gbatemp.net/thr…26/

Possibly this. Haven't looked into it myself though.
I just bought myself a Wii U this week, and I have to say what an underrated console. I got mine off Gumtree and playing Mario 3D World on the Gamepad screen while my wife watches soaps on TV is just awesome haha.
ysdevil11th Aug

I bought one a few weeks ago, almost same deal, but with Mario 3D instead …I bought one a few weeks ago, almost same deal, but with Mario 3D instead of Zelda.I can't complain about the state of the gamepad, a few very faint scratches on the back, stylus was there, screen was pretty mint, no box, which as it had one in the photo, I was hoping for one.I don't regret it at all. But I guess it's luck of the draw. No stand for the console though, that was annoying.If you do buy it, buy Breath of the Wild, yes I know it's expensive and I can't see it dropping much for the foreseeable future (and then it will possibly become collectable and not go down anyway), but it is an amazing amazing game, absolutely enormous and since we got it, we haven't played another Wii U game.

I completely agree breath of the wild is a totally awesome game. I got a preowned wii U from Amazon for 109 on 5.5.1 - homebrew very easy and looks like a 5.5.2 homebrew method is coming soon. At around £100 to play that one game it's worth it. You are going to have some scratches just get over it - it doesn't matter. Mine didn't have a dock but I got one from game for £2 and also a high capacity battery for the gamepad which was £14 I think. Completely worth it.
Just got mine (paid for next day). Pad is pretty immaculate (on screen it has no scratches!). Console is more beaten up though - I think its mainly grubby. Almost looks like two separate parts got combined... At work so not tested it yet. No stand either but i'll just buy a cheap one...
thebiophysicist12th Aug

I did change the DNS settings and it still updated. Maybe when I changed …I did change the DNS settings and it still updated. Maybe when I changed the WiFi connection. Thought changing DNS settings was a one of job but maybe every connection needs DNS settings changing ???




The DNS settings would need to be set for each new connection on the Wii I think as it sets them all up as default to start. You may be in luck however if you have a read over here and on the linked gbatemp thread it looks like another web exploit has been found which allows Haxchi to be installed on 5.5.2. I've only skimmed it but it's worth a look.
cldox11th Aug

If you are interested in homebrew (region free, play game backups, emulate …If you are interested in homebrew (region free, play game backups, emulate old consoles, play gamecube games on the vWii, edit saves etc etc) check the version of your Wii U BEFORE going online with it as it will automatically update. If it is 5.5.2 you are straight out of luck, but if it is 5.5.0 or 5.5.1 (pretty likely if it is a used console as 5.5.2 only dropped a month ago) you can follow the guide here to block further system updates and install homebrew.

Will there b a way to homebrew soon if you have the newest version?
cldox11th Aug

If you are interested in homebrew (region free, play game backups, emulate …If you are interested in homebrew (region free, play game backups, emulate old consoles, play gamecube games on the vWii, edit saves etc etc) check the version of your Wii U BEFORE going online with it as it will automatically update. If it is 5.5.2 you are straight out of luck, but if it is 5.5.0 or 5.5.1 (pretty likely if it is a used console as 5.5.2 only dropped a month ago) you can follow the guide here to block further system updates and install homebrew.

Homebrew all ok on 5.5.2 now
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