Source Pravda.Ru

Nintendo Will Contribute to Black Friday

  Nintendo plans to release a pair of limited-edition DSi handhelds on Black Friday which will include pre-installed software.

  Each bundle will carry its own theme. A Mario package featuring a metallic blue DSi will include three DSiWare games: Mario vs. Donkey Kong: Minis March Again, Dr. Mario Express and WarioWare: Snapped. The device will also sport a Mario-themed calculator and clock.

  Nintendo will also ship a bundle with white DSi "for anyone who has a passion for brain teasers," says a release from the company.

  The bundle includes three mini-games from the Brain Age line - Arts & Letters, Sudoku and Math - and Clubhouse Games Express: Card Classics.

  No word on what these bundles will cost, but Game Hunters has reached out to Nintendo for more details. The standard DSi sells for $170. Reported by USA Today.

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