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NES Wii Skin

NES Wii Skin

As cool as the shiny white outer of the Wii is, we sometimes miss the old grey and black of the original Nintendo Entertainment System. Bring those looks back to the future with this NES Wii Skin ($15). It features looks reminiscent of the NES, has "Revolution Entertainment System" on the front, and is thin enough to still allow use of the included vertical stand.

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