If you are shopping for a Nintendo DSi XL for the gamer in your life this holiday season, Amazon is offering a pretty good holiday deal on the 25 anniversary edition Nintendo DSi XL. The bundle includes the red anniversary edition of the DSi XL in red, Mario Kart DS and 3 pre-loaded games for $179.99 with free shipping.
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For those of you who are desperately trying to spur the economy this upcoming holiday season and have a hardcore Wii gamer in your life, have we got a holiday gift idea for you! The solar powered Wii. Built last year by Tom’s Hardware, it comes in at just over $1400 and can be built in less than a week. Click on the image below to get the full story from Tom’s Hardware.
Did you wait until the last minute to buy something for that special gamer in your life? Is it snowing/sleeting and you’d rather not venture out? Well, now you may not have to. GameStop has just announced that tomorrow, December 18th, they’ll be offering free 2-day shipping on all orders $39.99 or more exclusively through their affiliate network of sites (My Wii News is an affiliate). Just enter the coupon code: FREESHIP2DAY in the promotional code section of your shopping cart and click “Activate”. Offer expires 10 am December 19th. Just click on the image below to take advantage of the offer.
In an effort to expand their audience beyond the everyday gamer, Nintendo has released a new software title for Nintendo DS that turns the video game system into an interactive cooking coach, complete with recipes and video demos. Personal Trainer: Cooking for Nintendo DS contains more than 240 dishes (hopefully, this number will grown substantially over time) from dozens of countries around the world. The DS Chef, a friendly electronic cooking instructor, walks users through each step to make sure every dish comes out perfect and delicious. With a tap of the screen, users can even scale the quantity of their recipes based on the number of guests they expect. Not only could this be a fun method to learn to cook, this could also be a cool, innovative way to introduce kids to the art of preparing a meal. Could this be the epicurious.com of the future?
Personal Trainer: Cooking is the first in a new line of planned Personal Trainer titles from Nintendo that target non-traditional gaming audiences who will learn new skills in fun and interesting ways. For more info: www.personaltrainercooking.com