NES to Nintendo Wii -- Releases Design Featuring Nintendo Family Tree

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With the recent launch of the Nintendo Wii, has released a new tee shirt design catering to Nintendo fans and featuring a full "family tree" of Nintendo video game consoles.

In their tradition of releasing new tee shirt designs weekly, and in honor of the recent release of the Nintendo Wii, has released a "Nintendo Family Tree" design for sale this week. The new design targets Nintendo fanatics as well as more general "video game nerds," and comes just in time for the holidays.

Nintendo's Wii has been predicted to be the top selling video game console this holiday shopping season by industry analysts, partly due to release problems with Sony's PS3. The Wii is the latest in a reasonably long line of video game consoles and products, and the new "Nintendo Family Tree" tee shirt design from aims to appeal to the nostalgic side of Nintendo gaming fans.

The black tee shirt features a hierarchy of Nintendo video game consoles. Topping the shirt, and the tree, is the classic NES system, branching off to the SuperNES and original Gameboy (the first handheld console released by Nintendo). The portable "branch" of the Nintendo family tree leads to the most recent Nintendo DS lines, and the classic consoles continue through the N64, Nintendo Gamecube, and finally the Wii, the newest member of the Nintendo family. The shirts retail at $19.95.

About was launched in 2004 by Myke Armstrong and Jacob Fatoorechi, and was incorporated into the MyFatRobot family of sites in April 2006 by Myke, Jacob, and William Barnes. NerdyShirts offers original funny, nerdy, and nostalgic tee shirts all printed on 100 percent cotton American Apparel shirts. In addition to all original designs, NerdyShirts buys full designs and even design concepts from site visitors or customers, and offers an affiliate program for tee shirt sales. New designs are released every Monday, and most are available in both men's and women's sizes.

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