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European Mario Kart DS Bundle Announced
« on: November 03, 2005, 06:40:30 AM »
1xDS + 1xMario Kart DS = £100. Sorted.

Ready, Steady - It's All Go For Mario Kart As A Nintendo DS Bundle Roars Into Play
 3rd November 2005 – Nintendo is celebrating the launch of its eagerly anticipated Mario Kart DS game with an exclusive Nintendo DS bundle, launching on 25th November 2005. Not only will new owners be able to get their hands on a Nintendo DS console and game in one handy pack, but they will get them both for the great value estimated retail price of just £100. If you have been looking for an excuse to buy a Nintendo DS this is it!
 The Mario Kart DS Pak is the perfect package for Christmas, and following on from the massive success of the Nintendogs Blue and Pink Nintendo DS bundles, it is sure to be a hit on the high street. Mario Kart first launched on the Super Nintendo Entertainment System and since then, with games having launched for Nintendo 64, Game Boy Advance and Nintendo GameCube, Mario Kart has become a phenomenon with gamers and Nintendo fans alike. By the end of March 2005, almost 30 million Mario Kart games had been sold worldwide.
 The latest incarnation in the hugely popular series is also the first Nintendo DS game to offer online play, allowing you to race anyone, anywhere, anytime for free. Players will be able to race wirelessly with up to eight friends or over the internet with three other players from anywhere in the world.
 The Nintendo DS launched across Europe on 11th March 2005. It features dual screen gaming, touch-screen technology, voice recognition, wireless gameplay and Wi-Fi compatibility, all in the palm of your hand. Since launch sales shattered the one million mark across Europe in under three months. Worldwide, 6.65 million players worldwide had already got to grips with the Nintendo DS by the end of June 2005, embracing its innovative touch-screen technology as the stylish and most original games console of this generation.
 The Mario Kart Pak (including a copy of Mario Kart DS and a silver Nintendo DS) launches on November 25th 2005 at the fantastic estimated retail price of around £100. Mario Kart DS launches on the same day at the estimated retail price of £30.
 Also launching on November 25th 2005 is the Nintendo Wi-Fi USB Connector which will enable players who have Broadband at home to join in the Wi-Fi fun. The Nintendo Wi-Fi USB Connector will be priced at around £30.
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 About Nintendo
 Nintendo Co., Ltd of Kyoto, Japan, is the acknowledged worldwide leader in the creation of interactive entertainment. To date, Nintendo has sold more than 2 billion video games worldwide and more than 350 million hardware units globally, creating such industry icons as MarioÆ and Donkey Kong and launched franchises like The Legend of ZeldaÆ and PokÈmon. Nintendo manufactures and markets hardware and software for its popular home video game systems, including the Nintendo 64, NINTENDO GAMECUBE, Game Boy Advance, Nintendo DS, and Game Boy – the world's best-selling video game system which has sold over 180 million units. As a wholly owned subsidiary, Nintendo of Europe, based in Grossostheim, Germany, was established in 1990 and serves as headquarters for Nintendo's operations in Europe.

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RE:European Mario Kart DS Bundle Announced
« Reply #1 on: November 03, 2005, 07:24:37 AM »
And this is where the DS takes Europe...
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RE: European Mario Kart DS Bundle Announced
« Reply #2 on: November 04, 2005, 05:17:01 AM »
Europe? Most of Europe doesn't use the Pound Sterling as their currency.