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The Wii Shop miraculously isn't dead yet, but your ability to buy points for it will be soon

One of my favorite things about the Wii was the Everybody Votes channel. A lot of the time I'd pop that bad boy on even if I had no intention of playing something on the Wii, which was a neat little phenomenon that some other consoles can't replicate. But it's dead now, along with nearly everything else on the Wii -- except the Shop, which is dying soon enough. As previously announced, the Wii Shop is going to last until January 31, 2019 (read: next year), after which point it's dead entirely.
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