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Price: $20.90
Publisher: Capcom
Jan/UPC Code: 4518648034487

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March 3, 2010
«©NCSX» After we're done playing the latest Wii releases, the Nunchuk and Remote are generally strewn to the side. Underneath recent magazines. Next to the miniature Evangelion fridge.
 
    There had to be a better way and Capcom shows us the path with their Monster Hunter Wii Remote Holder which coddles a Wii Remote and a Nunchuk in its cozy confines. The "Airu and Chacha" design on the front of the holder is not only artistic but somewhat interesting to stare at for about 3 minutes. The measurements of the holder are
15 x 19 x 9cm in dimension and we're assuming that it can serve a dual purpose as a fruit storage basket with a maximum capacity of two apples, lemons, or tangerines. Preorders are welcome to ship in mid-late February 2010.
 
Guild Design - Jan Code:  4518648034487
Airu Design - Jan Code:  4518648034470

    This document and photos are ©NCSX 2009. All rights reserved. No reproduction in whole or in part of this document may be made without express written consent of National Console Support, Inc.

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