Introduced at the E3 Expo in June last year, Nintendo’s new home video game system is here now. Nintendo Wii U is a kind of fresh air flowing to our living room after six years we hold the same and old game controller. Okay, I think you’re more than ready to join the crowd. The basic package will set you back $299 only, and you’ll get a white Wii U console with 8 GB of internal storage, one white touch-screen GamePad controller, AC adapters for both the console and controller, a sensor bar and an HDMI cable.
There is also the Wii U Deluxe set designed for whoever prefer to have larger storage, black components, and additional accessories such as a console stand, a GamePad stand and a GamePad charging cradle. The Duluxe set is also bundled with the Nintendo Land game to deliver gaming fun out of the box.
“Wii U is an ‘everyday’ connected device – offering a combination of games, entertainment, online connectivity and social activity that will make people want to interact with it daily,” said Nintendo of America President and COO Reggie Fils-Aime. “Never before have so many features been packed into one game console, at any price. Our substantial lineup of games offered at launch has something for everyone on your shopping list.”