Wii users living in South Africa can now work up a sweat playing Wii Fit, which has now been released. It retails for 999 Rand.
Core Group, Nintendo's distributor in the region, loaned out review copies and balance boards to the attending media. On return, they say five of these will be donated to charity.
How often does Africa get a game before the US? North America continues to wait.
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