If you’re a gamer looking to pick up a new console or some accessories, then today’s Deal of the Day is for you. Whether you are looking for a 250GB Xbox 360 slim, the black or white Nintendo Wii summer 2010 bundles, or a Nintendo DSi, you can pick them all up at a nice discount. If the Xbox 360 or DSi are on your radar, you can grab them for $20 off their normal price. If you’re more focused on the Wii side of things, you can get a new Wii bundle for $30 off the normal price. In addition, you can get Wii Fit Plus with the Balance Board for $25 off, and a Sony PS3 controller for $20 off as well! Hit the link for all the details.
Getting tired of your standard-issue white Wii console? Well then fret no more, your prayers have been answered. Today, Nintendo announced the release of its new Black Wii, a console that will come packaged with Wii Sports, Wii Sports Resort, and the control-enhancing Wii MotionPlus accessory. Both the new black edition, available stateside May 9th, and all subsequent white consoles will still sell for $199, and both models will come with the aforementioned games and accessories included. If I were you, I would go for the black one—white Wii consoles just scream “I’m stuck in 2007! Want to spend $4 a gallon on gas with me?”
You can order the Black Wii on Amazon now.
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Hey, are you looking to add to your Wii Remote collection this holiday season, or are you maybe picking up a Wii for the first time? If so, be sure to hit up Costco. As you can see in the image above, they’ve got stacks of black Wii Remotes that are bundled with both a black Nunchuck, and a black Wii MotionPlus add-on, all for $59.99. Yeah, you won’t find that price anywhere else.
Continuing the trend of Japanese gamers getting the premium Nintendo goods while us in the US just get to watch, Nintendo is set to release a black Wii over in the Land of the Rising Sun. Sure, it’s the same console, but the Wii and WiiMote are a shiny black, rather than the glossy white we are all used to. Oh, and here’s the box. The black Wii hits Japan store shelves on August 1.
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