Nintendo Wii Tower

by Mark R

Wii Tower

It’s time once again for officially licensed products that could easily be made by anyone but will be sold at a high cost!

This officially licensed Wii Tower Game Station is at least useful. As it is, it can hold 18 games, that Wii console, and 4 Wiimotes or nunchucks.

So that’s like 2 Wiimotes and 2 nunchuks, right? I would need room for that. Too bad there isn’t any room for a battery charger. I need that all the time.

Anyway, you can pick it up for about $69.99 at pretty much any retail outlet.

Now, all they need to do is make one for Playstation 3 and Xbox 360. I’m guessing it would not be as skinny as this one, because the Wii stands vertically and doesn’t rest horizontally.

Now, I’m wondering if there is a way to make the thing steadier. As it is, it looks like the thing looks like it could tip over. Perhaps the Wii console keeps the weight down, or something.

Oh well, at least the thing has the Wii logo written on the side. However, I guess I could probably get a sticker for that. I probably will buy this because I’m just a sucker for Wii products of any type.

Via The Wiicast

5 reviews or comments

Richard Says: November 26, 2007 at 11:01 am

lol, yea i saw this at the stores and i was like “I can make this for 5 bucks and paint it for another 5-10 bucks”

big bob Says: November 28, 2008 at 12:02 pm

they do make a tower for x-box 360 it hs alot more room because remotes and a gutiat can hang off the side order them from jcpenny

Lu Says: December 3, 2008 at 6:04 am

They do make one for the Xbox360. Email me if u want a pic of it. Its actually very nice. I bought this wii stand and the xbox stand at walmart before last x-mas for 29.99 each. I can believe how much they are now.

My email add: [email protected]

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