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Black Wii Fit board: Nintendo used all the white plastic


12:00 PM on 09.26.2011
Black Wii Fit board: Nintendo used all the white plastic photo



Why make a black Wii Fit balance board? Because people want color options on the devices they'll stomp and slide their grimy, nasty feet on. 

There's a new bundle coming for the holiday for Wii Fit Plus, of course. Why wouldn't there be? This UK bundle (no North American announcement yet) includes the game and a black Wii Fit balance board. Stomp off your holiday chub on a device that will be that much easier to trip over in the dark. Bonus feature of the black board: Feel less bad about spending money on exercise games peripherals that you never use as this one sticks out a bit less than the white one.

This new Wii Fit Plus software bundle launches in UK and Ireland on October 7. 






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