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Posted on Tuesday, October 11th, 2011 at 7:00 AM by Guest
The bundle will feature the new blue Wii console which nows sits on its side instead of vertically. The new Wii also does now not support Gamecube software or accessories. Nintendo has also announced there be other bundles released but no details have been mentioned so far apart from a autumn date.
The game included in the bundle will feature Mario, Sonic the Hedgehog and all their friends once more as, like in the previous title, they take part in several athletic events. In the new game players will be able to traverse rapids in a canoe, play a spot of football and even snow jumping, as well as some of the past events including table tennis, javelin and 100m sprint.
The new bundle is set to be launched across Europe on November 18.
Have any of you got the blue Wii on your Christmas lists, or are you just looking forward to the New Sonic & Mario game?
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