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Customized Yoshi Wii console finds new home

Darren Murph
August 13, 2007
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For those that recall the oh-so-green Wii developer unit from last year, this here console may look a tad familiar. The difference, however, is that this Wii is a bonafide retail unit customized by its (now prior) owner to express his fascination with all things Yoshi. The console itself touts a spray of Yoshi on one side, while the white base was tattooed with eggs. Of course, you can certainly find a few flaws here and there if you look hard enough, but those imperfections are easy to forgive if you're an unashamed Yoshi fanboy. Sadly, this here unit has apparently found a new owner, but the creator did mention that he may "do this again" if the demand is there. Check out the rest of the photos after the jump.

[Thanks, Brian]







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