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Tuesday, 11 October 2011 09:46

Wii to get blue bundle for holidays

Written by David Stellmack

 

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Will celebrate the London 2012 Olympic Games

Nintendo has announced that they will be releasing a blue colored version of their Wii console in a new bundle that will be showing up in time for the holidays. The new bundle will celebrate the upcoming 2012 London Olympics with the title Mario and Sonic at the London 2012.

It is expected to arrive on dealer shelves in North America on November 15th; in Europe they will have to wait till November 18th.  The bundle will include the blue colored Wii console, the blue colored Wii Remote Plus, as well as a copy of Mario and Sonic at the London Olympics 2012.

We hear that Nintendo is going to offer additional Wii bundles for the holidays; we don’t have any world yet on what these bundles might be or might include. Nintendo will, however, be pushing the Wii this holiday season as it prepares to move toward the new console next year.


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