It looks like September 13 will be the day when Nintendo spills the beans about all things Wii U, including what I’m hoping is more than just the launch date and price. I’d imagine we’ll also get a pretty good idea — if not a definitive list — of what the console’s launch lineup will look like. Nintendo COO Reggie Fils-Aime will be on hand to discuss the future of the console and explain some of the other features that the Wii’s successor will be packing in. Of course you’ll recall Nintendo’s E3 2012 presentation that did seem a bit light on the Wii U news. Read the full story at CNET.
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