Nintendo has announced that Wii Mini, a more affordable version of their successful Wii console, is coming to the US retail stores in mid November.
The Wii Mini originally released in Canada last year on December 7 for $99.00. Nintendo’s Wii has sold over 100 million units worldwide lifetime as of June 2013.
The current system bundle comes in a red and black design includes a red Wii Remoter Plus, Nunchuck attachment, and a copy of Mario Kart Wii. Remember, the Wii Mini does not include any online functionality whatsoever -- which includes teh ability to play games online or download software from the Wii Shop. It also does not support backwards compatibility with the Nintendo Gamecube.