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Wii 2000 Points Card

Platform : Nintendo Wii
3.8 out of 5 stars 104 customer reviews

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  • For Nintendo Wii consoles only, dose not work with Wii U consoles.
  • 2,000 Wii points
  • Each separately packaged Wii Points Card contains a scratch-off patch concealing the code that allows you to redeem your Wii Points
  • Redeem Wii Points to download additional games, features, and items
  • A broadband internet connection is required to access Wii shop channel

Product Description

Wii Points Card. Downloading extra features and content including the greatest games from the NES Super NES N64 Sega Genesis and NEC TurboGrafx video game consoles will be as easy as entering a Wii Points Card code at a Wii onscreen menu. Worth 2000 Wii Points each separately packaged Wii Points Card contains a scratch-off patch concealing the code that allows you to redeem your Wii Points.

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ASIN B000IMYL0U
Release date November 19, 2006
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3.8 out of 5 stars 104 customer reviews

3.8 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #26,501 in videogames
#3 in Video Games > Wii > Points Cards
#10 in Video Games > Digital Games > Wii
Pricing The strikethrough price is the List Price. Savings represents a discount off the List Price.
Product Dimensions 7.8 x 5.5 x 0.8 inches
Media: Video Game
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First things first: the Wii Points Card allows you to purchase classic video games from the NES, Super NES, Nintendo 64, Sega Genesis, and Turbo Grafix 16 consoles and download them onto your Wii console. Nintendo has many great old games available already and is adding more regularly (generally about once a week).

Basic information: 100 Wii Points roughly equals 1 dollar. You should never pay more for a Wii Points card because you can buy the points directly from Nintendo at a rate of 100 to the dollar. On the flip side if you can get these cards cheaper (and sometimes you can buy them at a bit of a discount) you get a great deal.

What's available: There are new games being released all the time. I have a wishlist a mile long for these games, but some of my favorites include Zelda, the original Castlevania, Ninja Gaiden, Donkey Kong Country, Golden Axe, Super Mario Brothers and Super Mario World, and Mario 64. Again--almost every week there's something new. A current list is available on Nintendo's website.

Game Cost: The cost for classic games varies a little but is fairly uniform. NES games start at 500 points (at this time there is only one game that I'm aware of for the NES that costs more). Most Super NES, Genesis, and TG 16 games cost around 800 points, and N64 games run about 1000. Considering a nostalgia trip used to sometimes cost as much as the original game (the original Zelda used to run about $50, and that's if you had an old Nintendo to run it on) these games are a great deal.

Why buy the card?: I purchase most of my points directly from Nintendo without using these cards. So what purpose do they serve? Simple--they're great for gifts.
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You can buy this directly through the shop channel on your Wii for $20. Why in the world would you pay an extra $34 to get it from Amazon???
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It makes no sense to buy this piece of plastic inscribed with a code, accreting an unnecessary shipping charge. Buy it in a store, or buy Wii Shop points through your Wii itself. Why isn't the code itself downloadable, like digital music? Why pay a shipping charge for a piece of plastic on which this code is printed? You could spend that $5 on 500 more Wii Shop points if you did it online! It makes absolutely no sense to buy this through Amazon.com!
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Don't buy this....somehow they are charging OVER $20 for a $20 points card! Go through Nintendo directly and pay less.
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This $20 valued Wii points card is selling for over $50! Unbelievable. Just get it direction from the Wii Store and pay $20.

This review was written on Dec 27 2009 at 3:02am, when the price was over $50 for this $20 card. If the price is $20 or less, go ahead and get it with free shipping, but if not, look elsewhere.
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This WiiPoints card, which is the equivalent of $20, allows one to purchase and download games from the Wii's virtual console, part of the Wii Shop channel. Already, at launch, 12 games throughout the history of gaming were available, including Pinball (Nintendo Entertainment System), Sonic the Hedgehog (Sega Genesis), SimCity (Super Nintendo Entertainment System), and Super Mario 64 (Nintendo 64). Nintendo is planning to add new games every Monday, to come to a total of 30 by the end of the year. Beyond that, "new classics" are coming throughout 2007 such as Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars (Super Nintendo), and Mario Kart 64 (Nintendo 64). Many of these games can be controlled with the included Wii Remote or the backwards-compatible GameCube controllers. Some require the Wii Classic Controller, but a great number use the other two aforementioned control methods.
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I bought this card from Amazon below the retail price of $20. But I don't understand why it is now over 20 dollars. If you already own a Wii, you don't need to buy this card. You can purchase Wii points through your Wii console by using the shopping channel. The only time I would recommend buying this online is if the price is below $20, if it is above that, DO NOT buy it. Using your Wii console, you'll never pay more than $20 for 2000 points.
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NES games start at 500 points ($5), Super NES at 800 points ($8), and Nintendo 64 games at 1,000 points ($10)

The general feeling is the Sega and TG16 games will be starting at 800 wiipts.

NES

* Mario Bros.

* The Legend of Zelda

* Donkey Kong

* Donkey Kong Jr.

* Ice Hockey

* Pinball

* Soccer

* Tennis

* Urban Champion

* Wario's Woods

* Baseball

* Solomon's Key

Super NES

* F-Zero

* SimCity

Nintendo 64

* Super Mario 64

SEGA Genesis

* Sonic the Hedgehog

* Altered Beast

* Golden Axe

* Columns

* Ecco the Dolphin

* Gunstar Heroes

* Space Harrier II

* Toe Jam & Earl

* Dr. Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine

TurboGrafx-16

* Bonk's Adventure

* Super Star Soldier

* Victory Run

* Bomberman '93

* Dungeon Explorer
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