Believe it or not Christmas is just around the corner, which means the time for gift shopping is almost upon us once again! However, do not fear as help is on hand from Nintendo with its new Nintendo DS Lite bundles set to ensure the entire family is suitably entertained over the festive season.
The new official bundles have been created to make sure all newcomers to the world of Nintendo have the widest possible choice and the best and most enjoyable entry experience possible. Ideal for all, these bundles will make sure even the most difficult family and friends can be catered for!
The new packs are available across Europe this Christmas, with the following available in the UK from October:
• White Nintendo DS Lite console and Dr. Kawashima’s Brain Training: How Old Is Your Brain? software at the estimated retail price of£120.
• Black Nintendo DS Lite console and Dr. Kawashima’s Brain Training: How Old Is Your Brain? software at the estimated retail price of£120.
• Red Nintendo DS Lite console and Big Brain Academy software at the software at the estimated retail price of£120
• Pink Nintendo DS Lite console and Nintendogs Labrador and Friends software at the estimated retail price of£130.
• Blue Nintendo DS Lite console and Cooking Guide: Can’t Decide What To Eat? software at the estimated retail price of£130.
So whether it’s a gift for a dog lover, someone who gets pleasure from their brains being trained or a fanatic of classic gaming, Nintendo have something to suit everyone’s tastes, making Christmas gifting less stressful and more delightful for all!
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