My oldest daughter is three and a half, and we've finally gotten to the point where she's interested in doing something with the Wii other than creating people and changing their hair. She enjoys some of the Wii sports, and we've borrowed a few games from the library for little kids. So, great. I realize that the Wii has been replaced by the Wii U, and most stores aren't going to carry games on the shelves much anymore. So, I go on Amazon to see what kind of bargains I can get, and I'm really disapointed to see that most games are full price no matter how old they are. With a PS3 game, once its two or three years old, its generally in the $19.99 bin as a "greatest hit", but there are Wii games four and five years old that are five bucks off, at most. Yes, you can buy them used for less, but I've learned never, ever to trust that through Amazon. So, why do they cost so much? It can't be supply and demand, as they made millions of the things when the system was on top and there have to be tons sitting around in warehouses still.