Hey, remember Wii Mini? It was revealed almost a year ago as a stripped-down Wii that was exclusive to Canada, but now Nintendo finally has plans to bring it to the United States. It's set to arrive this holiday season, around mid-November to be more specific, and will retail for $99.99.
The system—which lacks internet connectivity and GameCube support—comes bundled with a red Wii Remote Plus controller, red Nunchuk, and Mario Kart Wii.
If you're still in the market for a regular Wii, Nintendo will be keeping them on store shelves in America, at least for the time being. The company confirmed this after reports of Wii production officially coming to an end in Japan.