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How much should you sell your wii and GameCube for with 5 wii games and 30 GameCube games and all the assories for both?


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2009-10-11 13:33:52
2009-10-11 13:33:52

wii is 270 CAD wii games are almost 60 CAD each ,controllers are 60 CAD. nunchucks are 30 cad i think.

gamecube is 40 dollars and all games are 5 i think

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