It’s all about the Wii U these days, but Nintendo has another console that it just launched: The Wii Mini. It’s basically a stripped down Wii with no SD card slot, no Internet connection, no backwards compatibility of any kind — it just plays regular Wii games. But it’s a great buy for $99, especially if you have yet to play any of the great Wii games, such as Super Mario Galaxy and Zelda Twilight Princess. But the Wii Mini wouldn’t be of any use to you if you have a Wii U, which is full compatible with old Wii games. Either way, check out an unboxing of the Wii Mini console below.
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