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Commentary: Though the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) has long been a gamer's mecca, you might be better off staying home.
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Nintendo's E3 keynote was home to the announcement of another popular Wii title, Wii Fit U.
If you can stand the awful orange-and-green design, this is the best deal to date on a Wii Fit balance board and game (note: the game is aimed at kids).
Ready to get Fit? It's rare to see deals on Nintendo's popular exercise gizmo, but Target slimmed down the price--about 23 dollars' worth.
Nintendo abandoned its motion-fitness angle at this year's E3, leaving that for Microsoft. Instead, the company focused on classic games--and, of course, the 3DS.
A discounted Wii Fit is as rare as a coconut in Alaska. Here's your chance to save 30 percent on one.