Nintendo Wii in stock @ Amazon

This may not last very long, but I just got a convenient text notification on my phone that Amazon.com has the Nintendo Wii in stock again for $249.99 with free shipping. If you are in the market for one of these this holiday season, you might want to take a look before they sell out again. I just caved in and snatched one up for the upcoming release of Animal Crossing: City Folk
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Yes, I am THAT addicted to Animal Crossing.

2 thoughts on “Nintendo Wii in stock @ Amazon

  1. Finally! I’ve been waiting for a second release of Animal Crossing for what seems like forever.

    We did our Christmas shopping for our son in September. It wasn’t planned, but we got to a game store as soon as it opened and they just got a shipment of Wii’s and Wii Fit’s in, so we picked up one of each. Now The Boy will be able to get some exercise during the winter ( he’s asthmatic and can’t spend alot of time outside when it’s cold out) and I’ll be able to play with it as well in the morning when there is nobody around.

    The upside to “accidental” Christmas shopping is I don’t have to deal with the crowds which makes me very, very happy.

  2. Stacy – I hear ya on the Animal Crossing! I have played it on the Nintendo Game Cube and the DS, and yet I still want to get the Wii version. You could almost say that I am getting the Wii only because Animal Crossing is finally coming out.

    Come to think of it, I don’t think I bought the DS until Animal Crossing: Wild World came out either…

    I’m such a sucker for anthropomorphic chibi animals. 🙂

    Ping me when you start to play. My sister and I are gifting one another with AC: City Folk for Christmas, so we won’t be playing until then, but I’d love to visit your town and vice versa!

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