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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.