This is really close to my favorite color. This upcoming Wii console's shade is just off from the light blue DS Lite they released some years ago. That one was spot on.
The Europe bundle for Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games contain a blue Wii, a blue Wii Remote Plus, a blue Nunchuk, the game, and a sticker sheet. This is the newer Euro-only non-Wifi unit that also lacks Gamecube support. Lame. At least it looks nice.
Siliconera says that the bundle has been confirmed for European release on November 18. If this also becomes a North American product, would you be interested in one?
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