25 thoughts on “Wii U Coming To Europe On November 30th”

      1. Just because america gets it first, America is not the best. Even better, America (as in USA) is hated by 90% of the other countries.
        Also, we in europe, for example, exclusively had the Sonic Generations Collector’s Edition.

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          1. Have to say I love being from the east coast, USA. Don’t worry Europe, you’ll get yours. A lil’ over 2 months should fly, but exams gonna kill me and might not have time to even mess with the Wii U.

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  1. Aww man…I live in the UK. Well, if you need me around then you’ll find me salivating over Wii U gameplay vids before I get my unit then…

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  2. FUck!! Do Nintendo not realise what happened with the 3ds XL?! The retailers in the UK charge extortionate prices! And we get it 12days later? What a slap in the balls

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    1. Fucking right. But it’s Euro probably. Wii was $250 and 250€. But given that there are different taxes in the European countries, Nintendo and the retailers got varying revenues from the 350€. USA always has prices without taxes… 250€ in Germany would up to 210€ without taxes, which is 271 USD today. They got 20 additional Dollars from the European Wii buyers. One thing could offset this: European countries have more law-given rights for the people. In Germany there’s a 2 year time the bought thing can’t have a failure which was caused by production or it can be brought back and replaced instantly. Also there’s a law saying you can only try repairing things 3 times, after that you have to refund money.. Oh well, we will still always get the Dollar symbol scraped off and a Euro symbol written there, the number will be the same.

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  3. At least Europe was first in line getting the Nintendo 3DS. Here in the United States… it’s our turn to be first to have the Wii U launched on November 18th!!!!!

    My bad on the FIRST pun, but we’re all worldwide gamers.

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