Nintendo has finally announced a launch date for its Wii U, in addition to offering up some more details on its upcoming console. The company’s COO Reggie Fils-Aime announced today that it’ll launch the Wii U on November 18. The console will come in two versions. A basic set will be offered, featuring the Wii U console with 8GB of memory, the Wii U Gamepad, an HDMI cable, and sensor bar. A Deluxe set will get all of the same features, but adds a charging pad, stands for the controller, additional memory of 32GB, and Nintendo Land. Read the full story at CNET.
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