Wii U
Wii U
Wii U

At a press event in New York today, Nintendo of America’s president Reggie Fils-Aime announced that the Wii U will launch on Sunday Nov. 18. A Basic Set (white) system with 8 GB of flash storage will cost $299. A Deluxe set (black) system with 32 GB storage, a controller charging cradle, and a stand will cost $349. The deluxe package also comes with Deluxe Digital Promotion, a subscription service that serves as an exchange for digital credit. But the standout feature is the new tablet-like controller called the GamePad. Read the full story at Fast Company.


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