Nintendo announced today that new green and orange DSi systems bundled with Mario Party DS
would be available in U.S. stores starting Friday, November 26, also known as Black Friday.
The bundles will retail for $149.99, which is the current suggested cost for a new DSi system without a game, and will only be available "while supplies last," according to the company.
The new bundles come as Nintendo offers similar colored hardware bundles
for the DSi XL and Wii systems.
Nintendo offered similar DSi bundles
for last year's Black Friday sales, including blue and white colored systems with five pre-loaded DSiWare titles each.
Previous Black Fridays saw colored the release of DS Lite bundles with various software. The DSi also comes in pink and white in the U.S., with other colors available in Europe and Japan.
Nintendo's tradition of releasing newly colored versions of its hardware dates back to 1995's Play it Loud line of original Game Boys.
The Nintendo DS has sold over 43 million units in the U.S., according to the NPD group.