We’re not exactly business school grads over here but we’ve never understood why Nintendo only releases certain products in certain markets when it seems they need more sales overall. Well now one of those sweet little gems that we couldn’t get our hands on last year when it dropped in sunny Canada is coming to the god ol’ U.S. of A. Nintendo announced today that its bringing the nearly-pocket sized Wii Mini to the U.S. in mid-November. The Wii Mini will be bundled with Mario Kart Wii and sell for $99.99.

The Mini was launched in Canada last year and features a smaller design than the Wii that plays the entire library of over 1,300 Wii Games. One downside is that the Wii Mini is not Internet connectable but gamers can still play local multiplayer.

Along with the Mini’s release Nintendo is offering up its classic Nintendo Selects Wii games for $19.99. Games include Super Mario Galaxy, The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess and Super Paper Mario. Also reduced will be newer games like Super Mario Galaxy 2, New Super Mario Bros. Wii and Wii Sports Resort all at $29.99 each.

For 100 bucks will you pick up a Wii Mini this season?

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[Via Joystiq]