The Nintendo Wii has fallen to £89 in the UK - its lowest ever price in shops.

Supermarket Asda advertised the eye-catching price in today's papers, MCV reports.

The offer includes a white Wii, Wii Sports and Wii Party.

This Christmas Nintendo will be keen to make the most of the ageing Wii, which launched in Europe in December 2006. Its home console successor, the Wii U, launches at some point next year.

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