Nintendo Wii Mini Release Date, News And Rumours

Squeezing even more life of the original Wii?

Well this one came out of nowhere, did not it? It seems as though the Nintendo Wii Mini is a product that is really real and it will indeed go on sale in Canada in time for Christmas.

It first emerged that Nintendo could be contemplating last week, launching a Wii Mini. Nintendo World Report received information claiming a Wii Mini would be launched on December 7.

The escape indicated a new,”compact” version of the original Wii console, bundled with a Nunchuk, Wii Remote Plus and jacket.

But following the internet debated the probability of such a product Buy let the pussy from the pouch by submitting the product on its homepage. Nintendo responded immediately with the following statement:”The system launches in Canada on December 7th with a suggested retail price of $99.99. No announcements have been made concerning different regions.

According the Best Buy in Canada,”The Wii Mini was completely re-designed in the base-up, leading to a smaller console. The flat system features a launch top-loading system, which will seem because it relies on electronic equipment to power that the loading and ejecting of discs, to provide owners with a longer lifespan.

“Similar problems led Panasonic and Sega to need to redesign some of their early systems. While Nintendo has never had similar problems with the Wii’s original disc drive, this is a great safety measure in place. In an introductory price of $99.99, the black and red Wii Mini system includes the console, sensor bar and a Red MotionPlus controller with Nunchuk.”

So that is 99 Canadian dollars which works out about the exact same in US dollars and about #62 in the united kingdom.

Nintendo Wii Mini release date

The Canadian launch date of December 7th is verified but it does not seem like it will be out anywhere else for the time being. You, you blessed, Mounties!

Nintendo Wii Mini specs

Specs are broadly the same as the Wii, though there’s no emulation and the machine has no internet connectivity which means no internet gambling and no solutions like BBC iPlayer.

We can tell you are all enthusiastic about this one, so we’ll bring you more when we’ve got it.


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