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DSi Gets Festive Coloring for the Holidays

Posted on Monday, November 22 @ 14:04:46 Eastern by


Nintendo is a huge fan of having systems in various colors. Us? Not so much. And definitely not these festive colors, coming just in time for the shopping... I mean holiday season.

To go with wreathes, Christmas trees and spending money, Nintendo is putting out a green Nintendo DSi. Though, if you're not yet ready to face Christmas, there's a red-headed step-child, Thanksgiving-inspired (at least we think it is), orange-colored DSi, just waiting for your abuse. Both of these two new colors will come bundled with Mario Party DS and will retail for $149.99 starting on November 26 - which is the colorful day called Black Friday.
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