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Nintendo announced its newest console, the Wii U for $299

Nintendo announced its newest console, the Wii U for $299

by Tyronne DavidSeptember 16, 2012

Gamers, here’s something to look forward few weeks from now as Nintendo finally announced the release date and pricing for its new Wii U which is set up to hit US stores on Nov. 18.

Wii U Preview

With this top video game system, you now got to chose from two flavors: Basic and Deluxe. The Basic set which comes in colored classic Wii-white, includes the Wii U console with 8 GB of internal storage, one Wii U Gamepad, AC adapters for both, an HDMI cable and a sensor bar – all priced for only $299.99. Not bad!

Wii U Basic

And you may also choose the Deluxe set which comes in a colored full dress black. The package includes everything in the Basic set, but with 32 GB of internal storage. It also packs with a gamepad charging cradle, a stand for the gamepad and console, a pack-in video game (Nintendo Land) and registration in a “deluxe digital promotion” where players receive points (for each digital download purchased) which can be redeemed from Nintendo’s e-shop. And the price for all is only $349.99.

Wii U Deluxe

Wii U Infographic Details

Meanwhile, Nintendo has no clear info about external storage options or the possibility of upgrading the Wii U’s internal storage. Just stay tuned for updates on Wii U.

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Tyronne David
is a computer game addict who now lives in the anime country. He spends mostly his free time playing Dota, Call of Duty, K.O.S Secret Operations and a lot more. While in Japan, he loves strolling Tokyo’s electronic town, Akihabara, for new games and gadgets. Here at TARAGIS, Tyronne is our source of game consoles and videogames.