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Nintendo To Launch New Wii Console Bundles On November 4th

Nintendo has great news for gift seekers looking to keep their loved ones entertained and energized this holiday season. Starting November 4th consumers in the United States will be able to choose from two new Wii bundles, each containing a Wii console and one of two new games from Nintendo’s third-party partners.

One bundle includes Ubisoft’s Just Dance 4 and a white Wii console with matching Wii Remote Plus and Nunchuk controllers, offered while supplies last at a suggested retail price of $129.99. The other bundle includes Activision’s Skylanders Giants, a blue Wii console with matching Wii Remote Plus and Nunchuk controllers, one Portal of Power, two Skylanders characters and one exclusive Giant Skylander, available while supplies last at a suggested retail price of $149.99.

“These bundles give consumers a way to enjoy some of the hottest new games for this generation’s most popular console at an attractive price. Together with our third-party publishing partners, we’re delivering maximum value for families who want to get the most for their home entertainment dollar.

– Steve Singer, Nintendo of America’s vice president of Licensing.

22 thoughts on “Nintendo To Launch New Wii Console Bundles On November 4th”

      1. We should see more physical DLC on wiiu!! becuase of the NFC reader!!! you know how Kid icarus for 3ds has AR cards ??? on wiiu we will get NFC cards!!!

        Imagine a pokemon game where you have to buy the cars to scan the pokemon into your game= most epic game ever.

  1. Uh, this could be a bad move. Lots of confused parents and people who couldn’t care less are going to go for the Wii instead of the Wii U, I think…

    1. Not so much i has having a minor under my care will not buy a spencive console to a kid that is starting to game, wen he learns how to handle a gaming system then i will get him a new 1 simple has that

    2. Yup, I see this hapenning

      On the bright side, ill be getting the just dance bundle, selling just dance to gamestop, and keeping my new $100 or so wii.

  2. Lol isn’t it obvious Nintendo is trying to get more sales then sornys ps2, err they hinted it a few times then made more dsi colors which wasn’t even XL.Ok guys I think were gonna get fast news again.

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  5. It saddens me that in all these years, I haven’t been able to get a Wii. I will definitely get one, but I want it to be able to read Gamecube games, ’cause I still play those, and I love them. Then, after I get to play the few Wii games that I’m interested in, I will consider getting a WiiU. Not very likely that I will, anyway, since everything is like 5 times more expensive than the US prices where I live (sometimes even more expensive).

    1. You might want to check eBay or Amazon and search for a Wii that has Gamecube support since all of the new ones do not have it. Besides, you can get one cheaper that way. A used Wii is about $50 US.

  6. it has the HD plus add on allowing wiiu game play some bloke down the chip shop let slip his usually got his finger on the local news so i trust his leak

  7. If that bundle existed, I would have bought it on the spot. Too late though because yesterday I bought the game.

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