Wii Tower Storage Unit Makes the Wii Its Mini-Me

Wii Tower Storage Unit Makes the Wii Its Mini-Me

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Taryn Williford
Apr 7, 2009

Gaming Consoles must be cursed by some strange voodoo warrior. They have complete control over your life with the power to take over your money, your time and your living room. Seriously, all the peripherals for a fully stocked Nintendo Wii experience—the games, the Wiimote, the nunchucks, Wii Wheel and classic controllers—can really take over your media center. Thankfully, the Wii Tower Gaming Console spotted at GeekSugar will satisfy our console organization needs and keep some padding in our wallets.

In the same style as the stand-up Wii console, this Wii Tower Gaming Station has sharp white edges and a gray angled base. You can store the Wii and up to 16 games on its shelves and four Wiimotes or nunchucks in the acrylic top.

It's not the most chic piece of furniture we've ever seen—it's got the Wii logo proudly displayed on the side—but it's the perfect piece for a game room or a kids' room that always seems to have white wires, nunchucks and empty game cases floating around.

It's from WalMart, who has been stepping up their game lately for those of us with champagne tastes but Miller "The Champagne of Beers" High Life budgets. Get it here for the palindromic price of $69.96.

[ Via GeekSugar ]

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