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The Wii Mini Official: Lacks Internet And GameCube Compatibility!

Nintendo Makes The Wii Mini Official $99, Lacks Internet And GameCube Compatibility, Canada-Only

It’s rare that individuals in Canada get exclusive usage of devices, particularly from big manufacturers like Nintendo. But that’s apparently what the Wii Mini is, which first surfaced today on most readily useful Buy’s Canadian website.

Nintendo has officially step by step the Wii Mini, which could retail for $99 starting December 7, and is called a gaming-only system that lacks Internet connectivity.

So for users of the current Wii, which means you won’t get the identical degree of usage of Netflix as well as other web-based content, plus it likely leaves out downloadable Wii classic console titles, too.

Instead, it appears as though Nintendo has opted to make a budget machine for gamers interested strictly in playing Wii games, which could become a really wise relocate positioning the budget console being a choice to the Wii U that doesn’t genuinely have the bells and whistles necessary to contend with the newer generation device for consumer interest.

Nintendo seems to be wanting to avoid cannibalizing its product, put simply.

Field testing apps in the Canadian market on mobile software platforms is really a pretty standard move today, and also this might be a hardware version of this.

Nintendo says that “no information can be acquired about its potential availability in other territories afterwards, ” and that could be as it is just a test to see how consumers answer its concurrent availability with the Wii U, and what effect it eventually is wearing sales of both consoles, before potentially introducing it in the U. S. and Europe.