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Nintendo launches Wii U console

At last, Nintedo has made the Wii U game console official after the company gave details on the aforementioned device during a press conference held in New York.

According to Nintendo, their newest game console will be available in the US beginning November 19.

The Wii U was first seen by the public during the E3 conference a year ago. Since then, only Wii U tests were conducted by reviewers and only for a limited number of games.

Nintendo is the first game console company to launch their latest device that would hopefully bolster their 2012 sales with the impending Holiday season. The Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 still haven’t made any announcement regarding future releases.

Nintendo will first launch the Wii U on two bundles. One bundle costs $299 and the other $349.

Here is a detailed piece on the differences between the two:

$299:

–          Wii U Game Console

–          One GamePad

–          Sensor bar

–          8GB SSD

–          HDMI cable

$349:

–          Wii U Console

–          One GamePad

–          Sensor bar

–          8GB SSD

–          HDMI cable

–          Charging Stand

–          Console Stand

–          32GB SSD

–          Nintendo Land game disc

Are you excited for the new Wii?

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