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Nintendo Wii bundled with Mario video game for only $149.99 starting May 15

Nintendo Wii Game Console bundled with Mario Kart - credit: Nintendo

credit: Nintendo

(Best Syndication News) - A new lower price of the Nintendo Wii is just around the corner. On May 15, the Nintendo Wii game console system will have a suggested retail price of $149.99 and will be bundled with a Mario Kart video game and a matching colored Wii Wheel accessory. Additionally, Nintendo will be offering Nintendo Selects Collection, which includes four popular Wii video games priced at $19.99 each.

The Nintendo Wii will have a color choice of white or black for the same price of $149.99. The company will no longer be bundling Wii Sports and Wii Sports Resort games with their basic game console system. The Wii Sports video game will be sold separately for the first time as part of the company’s new Nintendo Selects collection, which includes four popular video games.

Kohl’s Black Friday Sale 2010 starts at 3 am for Early Bird Shoppers

Kohl’s Black Friday Sale 2010 starts at 3 am for Early Bird Shoppers

Kohl's website announced Black Friday Sales start at 3 am

(Best Syndication News) - The earlybird sales for Kohl’s Black Friday Sale 2010 will open their stores at 3 am Friday morning and the doorbuster sale will conclude at 1 pm. If you can’t wait Kohl’s doors to open you can shop online with 400 items on special on their website at kohls.com. In addition to the great sales prices you can get $10 of Kohl’s Cash for every $50 you spend between November 24 and November 28 at stores, and between November 29 through December 6.

If you are shopping online at kohls.com for two days only you can get free standard shipping if you purchase totals $75.

Here are some of the Doorbuster deals that will be going on at Kohl’s this Black Friday between 3 am to 1 pm.

The Sharper Image Literati eBook reader is on sale for $99.99 after a $30 mail in rebate. You’ll pay $129.99 before tax and then mail in the $30 rebate. The regular price for the electronic ebook reader sells for $249.99.

Toys are going to be 50 percent off for major brand names such as Fisher-Price, Playskool, Barbie, Littlest Pet Shop, Hot Wheels, Matchbox, Tonka, Little Tikes, Crayola, and Playdoh. The sale prices range from $1.49 - $49.99 (reg. prices $2.99 - $99.99)

Diamond jewelry is on sale 55 – 60 percent off for their early bird Black Friday Sale. They have a choice of a 2 carat total weight diamond bracelet or a balck and white diamond reversible heart pendant set in sterling silver for $99.99 each. (reg. price $500 or $575). There are also ¼ carat total weight diamond solitaire earrings 14k gold for $79.99 for the pair (reg. price $250 per pair).

Juniors and Kids have boots on sale. They have $19.99 boots for juniors (reg price $49.99 - $64.99) featuring So and Candies brands in their earlybird sale. The boots for kids are $13.99 with Sonoma life & style and Alexah brands for girls featured (reg. price $39.99 - $49.99).

Kohl’s is discounting their entire selection of video games 30 percent off. They have Nintendo Wii or Nintendo DS games. The sale prices range $13.99 - $27.99 (reg. price $19.99 - $39.99).

A reversible down alternative comforter is on sale for $24.99 which regularly sells between $99.99 - $119.99. Kohl’s said that these comforters are only while supplies last and there are no rainchecks.

Kohl’s has their entire stock of Apt. 9 brand cashmere sweaters for misses on sale for $34.99 (reg. price $100). There are also 55 – 60 percent off their entire stock of long-sleeved knit & fleece tops, sweaters and golf apparel for men on sale.

Kohl’s small appliances in the Black Friday sale $9.99 each includes your choice of a Hamilton Beach 12-cup programmable coffeemaker, a Rival 5 quart programmable slowcooker, a Bella Kitchen rotating Belgian wafflemaker, or a Presto Cool Touch 10.5x20.5” griddle.

To check out all the sale items for Kohl’s Black Friday 2010 Thanksgiving Sale you can visit their website at www.kohls.com.

By: N Wilson

Toys R us Black Friday 2010 - Thanksgivng Day Sales starts at 10pm Tonight with 150 Doorbuster Deals

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Toys R Us website announce Black Friday Sales ads and Store Hours

(Best Syndication News) - ToysRus is opening their Black Friday Sale on Thanksgiving Day at 10 pm tonight. They are advertising 150 doorbuster deals to get people to come shopping this evening. The ToysRus store hours for their Thanksgiving Day and Black Friday Sale are between 10 pm to 2 am. They will have extra doorbusters between 5am to 1 pm.

Toys'R'us will be offering coupons for extra discounts on things such as Zhu Zhu Pets (3 pets for $9.99) and and Rubix's Cube for $4 with coupon. These coupons are only available online. You can get to the coupons by visiting toysrus.com and then print out the extra savings coupons.

OnLive Video Gaming over the Internet is Launched

OnLive Video Gaming over the Internet is Launched

OnLive Video Gaming Console and Controller

(Best Syndication News) - OnLive Inc., has launched their OnLive Game Systems which is currently available for pre-order with orders starting to ship on December 2, 2010. The new video game console starts at $99. The company is offering a special holiday promotion of any Onlive game for free with the purchase of the console which they say is up to a $49.99 value.

The way that OnLive Game System works is different that the other video game consoles. This one you connect to the Internet to get you video games. You don't have any discs to purchase. But this also means that you will be paying to play the games. It could be good because they have different levels of game play, you can rent for a few days or go for a Full Play Pass. The rentals range from 3 to 5 days for the cost between $3.99 to $8.99 depending of the video game. The Full Play Pass costs between $4.99 to $49.99. They are also planning to offer an unlimited access monthly subscription option for those that want to be able to play all the games that they offer.

Playing Video Games could help Men and Boys to develop Visuomotor Skills

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(Best Syndication News) Men and boys will be happy with the results of a study from researchers at the Centre for Vision Research at York University in Canada found that young men that played video games for at least 4 hours per week had better eye hand coordination than those that did not play video games on a regular basis. The researchers presented the study results in the October 2010 issue of Elsevier's Cortex (http://www.elsevier.com/locate/cortex).

The researchers said that the way that the brain processed the eye-hand coordination or visuomotor skills were using the prefrontal cortex at the front of the brain compared to parietal cortex which is the part of the brain that is used by the hand-eye coordination. The boys that didn't play video games had their brain activity in the parietal cortex while the video gamers had the prefrontal cortex activated.

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