Here’s A Look At The Nintendo Day Celebrations In Canada

Nintendo Canada deemed November 21st as Nintendo Day and had a huge public event to celebrate the release of Super Smash Bros on the Wii U and Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire on the Nintendo 3DS. The countdown event saw a large number of attendees that were undoubtedly happy to get hands on with some of the latest and greatest Nintendo games. You can check out the fun-filled event in the video embedded above.

Thanks, White Eagle

Amazon Canada Also Lists Smash Bros Wii U As Coming November 21st

The evidence seems to be mounting that the long-awaited Super Smash Bros Wii U will be released on November 21st. The latest retailer to advertise the game with the date is Amazon Canada. Nintendo has yet to confirm when we can expect the Wii U version, but surely an official release date announcement isn’t too far off?

Thanks, Michelle

Smash Bros For Nintendo 3DS Will Be Coming To Canada On October 3rd

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Nintendo Canada recently sent out an email listing upcoming titles for the Nintendo 3DS that gamers can play this year. Among the titles listed is Super Smash Bros for the Nintendo 3DS. The advertisement says that the game is coming to Canada on October 3rd which is the same day as the game arrives in the United States.

Thanks, Eric

Canada Won’t Be Getting Pokemon Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire At Same Time As US

JoeM86 from the NeoGAF forums has done a little digging and it appears as though Canada won’t be receiving Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire at the same time as the United States. Gamers in the US will get the game on November 21st and Europe will get the game on November 28th. It’s possible Canada will get it at the same time as Europe, but it’s not confirmed.

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35,700 Wii Minis Sold In Canada

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Nintendo of Canada’s Communications Manager, Matt Ryan, has revealed that Nintendo sold 35,700 Wii Mini consoles in Canada since launch. Ryan said that the Canadian market has reacted positively to the system which lacks a lot of the functionality that the original Wii console contained. Nintendo Europe announced yesterday that the system will go on sale throughout Europe on March 22nd. UK retail outlets have begun taking pre-orders for the system which costs £80.

“Canadian market has reacted positively to the great value the system has to offer, and we are seeing this reflected in the sales numbers.”