While gamers are already prepping their camping gear for the PS4 and the Xbox One launch, hobby gamers are counting their singles for the Nintendo Wii Mini. Already out in Canada and Europe, the $99 Wii Mini is finally ready for its American debut. If you’re looking for new Wii features, look elsewhere – the Wii Mini is a budget friendly option that lacks certain features found on its more expensive Successor, the Wii U. The Wii Mini can’t connect to WiFi or the Internet, but on the upside, it can play the entire catalog of games for Wii and it comes bundled with Wii Mario Kart. Look for the Wii Mini to hit shelves in the next week or two.
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