In exactly one month from today, Nintendo will release its forthcoming console. The Wii U launches November 18th in North America. On this day, consumers who haven't pre-ordered the new console can purchase Wii U Basic and/or Deluxe Sets from retailers across the continent. The Wii U then releases in Europe, Australia and New Zealand … Continue reading Nintendo Unleashes The Brand-New Wii U In Exactly One Month
There are two Wii U bundles, but only one of them - Wii U Deluxe Set - will include a copy of Nintendo Land. Because it doesn't include the party game, Nintendo product manager Bill Trinen says the Wii U Basic is targeted toward consumers who are more interested in 'core' games, such as Bayonetta … Continue reading Nintendo Says Wii U Basic Set Is For Hardcore Gamers
According to Nintendo, consumers who purchase the Wii U Deluxe Set will be enrolled in the Deluxe Digital Promotion, which lets Wii U owners receive points for each digital download and redeem those points for future downloadable content from the Nintendo eShop. Nintendo product manager Bill Trinen has confirmed there is no other way to … Continue reading Only Way To Access Nintendo eShop Digital Promotion Is By Purchasing Wii U Deluxe Set
In under two days, GameStop sold out its pre-order supply of the Wii U Deluxe Set, which costs $349.99, includes 32GB of internal storage, additional accessories and Nintendo Land. The Wii U Basic Set, which costs $299.99 and includes 8GB of internal storage, can still be pre-ordered from the video game retailer. Claim a Wii U … Continue reading Nintendo’s Wii U Deluxe Set GameStop Pre-Orders Sold Out In Less Than Two Days
White Basic and Black Deluxe Wii U sets are available at the console's launch. The Deluxe Set will feature a black Wii U, includes Nintendo Land, has 32 GB of memory and will offer deluxe digital promotion. $300 for basic and $350 for deluxe with Nintendoland.