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Wii Mini Outed
Nintendo has confirmed that a new Wii Mini platform will release at retail. Along with a new form factor, the red and black system will apparently ship with a single Wii Remote.
The $99 system will not be able to play GameCube games and cannot connect to the Internet. Right now, it is believed that the Wii Mini will release on December 7 in Canada, with no announcements made for other regions.