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Limited edition Green and Orange DSi bundles with Mario Party DS, debuting in the U.S. this Friday for $149.99 (click for a larger image). The lime green color was previously limited to Japanese XLs, and I believe the orange model is a first for the handheld in any region!
Neither are as nice as the Super Mario Bros. 25th Anniversary DSi XL, but if you don’t care for the bigger screen size and would rather own Mario Party DS than an extra copy of Mario Kart DS, here’s your chance to get something nice for yourself in Green or Orange. I expect Amazon to begin offering the new bundles soon.

Buy: Special Edition Red Nintendo DSi XL bundle, Nintendo DSi XL (Blue, Burgundy, & Bronze), Standard Nintendo DSi (White, Pink, Black, & Blue)
See also: Buy 1 DS/PSP game, get 50% off a second

Limited edition Green and Orange DSi bundles with Mario Party DS, debuting in the U.S. this Friday for $149.99 (click for a larger image). The lime green color was previously limited to Japanese XLs, and I believe the orange model is a first for the handheld in any region!

Neither are as nice as the Super Mario Bros. 25th Anniversary DSi XL, but if you don’t care for the bigger screen size and would rather own Mario Party DS than an extra copy of Mario Kart DS, here’s your chance to get something nice for yourself in Green or Orange. I expect Amazon to begin offering the new bundles soon.

Buy: Special Edition Red Nintendo DSi XL bundle, Nintendo DSi XL (Blue, Burgundy, & Bronze), Standard Nintendo DSi (White, Pink, Black, & Blue)

See also: Buy 1 DS/PSP game, get 50% off a second

Japanese trailer for new Nintendo DSi XL/LL colors: Blue, Green, and Yellow. What a fun video!

Nintendo revealed these new system colors for Japan, hitting stores there on June 19th — perhaps the company will release them here to more than double our paltry selection of either Bronze or Burgundy DSi XLs.

Japan will also receive a rare price cut for both DSi XL models (from ¥20,000/$217 to  ¥18,000/$196) and standard DSi consoles (from ¥18,900/$205 to ¥15,000/$163), and retailers can now decide an “open price” for the DS Lite.

Nintendo of Europe expects to drop its prices for DSi and DS Lite systems starting June 18th, too, though it didn’t specify how much it will cost. I expect we’ll see some new hardware prices in North America, too! I guess we have the upcoming 3DS to thank for these cheaper DSi/DSes!