Lego Play And Build Wii Remote Is Available For Pre-order

Posted: Oct 13 2010, 7:43am CDT | by , Updated: Oct 13 2010, 7:45am CDT, in Shopping | Gaming


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New Wiimote from Lego.

Lego is offering a colorful Wiimote controller for the Nintendo Wii. The Lego Play and Build Wii Remote looks like it is made from Lego bricks. You can customize a couple stones on the surface of the Lego Wiimote. This special Lego Wii Remote is only available at ToysRUs. You can pre-order it today for $39.99. The Lego Wiimote ships on October 16th.

The description of the Lego Wii Remote says that you can build your one custom stand for the Lego Remote. The Lego Play and Build Remote includes Remote, Wrist Strap, 2 Battery Covers, and 31 Mini LEGO tiles with LEGO Tile Separator. It is compatible with Wii MotionPlus.

A standard Wiimote sells for $34.98, making the very special Lego Wii Remote look very affordable.

More details about the Lego Play and Build Wii Remote can be found on ToysRUs. Via Engadget.

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