And that was $70 that could have gone to performance. My point stands, the Gampad was expensive and brought nothing to the table. It was a poor decison. I bought a Pro controller and rarely tocuhed the Gamepad, so I paid $70 for what exactly? And $70 is being super generous considering Nintendo charged $112 for a replacement.
It is especially worth noting the Wii U launched in 2012. Your article is dated 2015.... 3 years after launch Nintendo charged $112.... meaning it was more expensive 3 years prior, given we both know tech drops in price over time.Last edited by Chrkeller - on 26 September 2019