On Monday night, a teeny-tiny image of the Wii Mini’s box appeared online. Here’s a better look at the console itself. And hot damn, it’s lovely looking. Smaller than the regular console, the Wii Mini has a red casing and a rough, matte finish with a Wii logo dead in the middle. It appears to be a top-loading console, because there are two buttons (one is a power button) in the corners. However, the Wii Mini does not support WiFi or GameCube games. Priced at US$99.99 and out December 7, the Wii Mini also comes with a red Wii Remote Plus and a Nunchuk. Read the full story at Kotaku.
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