Nintendo President Satoru Iwata Showcases The Unboxing Of Wii U Premium Pack

When the Wii U Premium Pack launches in Japan on December 8th, it will include a black Wii U Console, Wii U GamePad, console stand, GamePad stand, an HDMI cable, two AC Adapters – one for the console and one for the GamePad – and a GamePad cradle. For European and North American consumers, the Wii U Premium Pack, also known as the Wii U Deluxe Set, will include a sensor bar and Nintendo Land as well.

56 thoughts on “Nintendo President Satoru Iwata Showcases The Unboxing Of Wii U Premium Pack”

    1. Tell me about it. I was going to write something similar but you beat me to it. It’s good that he did it because lots of pages on YouTube that do it might get money out of it because of their YouTube partnership and I guess Nintendo wants to make money on what’s theirs too lol.

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      1. He seems very proud and excited…lol… I gues this is Mr. Awata’s early Christmas present to himself. When I do an “unboxing” it will NOT be this classy.

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      2. Lol, this is pretty funny. Nintendo are making million times more money than people are making on YouTube partnerships, I’m not really sure this is in the concern.

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  1. I’m watching this with my xbox on in the background and everytime he hisses at the end of his sentences my kinect reacts, I think he’s saying xbox in parseltongue

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  2. The most epic unboxing ever! I’m glad they did this because they showed how to use every piece of the hardware. Leave luck to heaven.

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  3. Why does it seem like they’re gonna sell this on eBay for, like, tripled the price?
    (Hint: This console’s got the Iwata touch), lol

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