This revised Wii does not come with anything else other than what's mentioned on its official site (which came just hours after a Best Buy ad ousted the console). Oddly enough, that includes GameCube game support and internet access. Let's repeat that, so it really sinks in: The Wii Mini, for $100, does not come with internet access or GameCube game support.
Nintendo's newest take on the Wii may look gorgeous, but it has to be asked: Why even consider the Wii Mini when Canadians can pick up a normal Wii, complete with a Wii Remote Plus, internet access, GameCube game support and a copy of New Super Mario Bros. Wii for $50 more from EB Games in Canada? Well, at least we can see a few places the Wii Mini will could do well: nursing homes, daycare centers, schools. Wait, don't they already have Wiis?
Will you buy a Wii Mini when it hits in Canada? Who can you see benefitting from this? Sound off in the comments. Add Comment.