Earlier today Nintendo hosted an event to unveil their newest console, the Wii U. During the conference many bits of info came flowing out of Nintendo of America’s President Reggie Fils-Aime mouth, such as the release date and price.
In the twilight hours of November 18th your spot in line for days will finally shift as you enter the store to pick up your brand new Wii U system.
What makes the black version deluxe? Why is it $50 more?
The basic Wii U is 8GB of internal memory. The deluxe nets you 32GB. Both consoles, however, are compatible with external hard drives and/or flash drives. Wanna put in a 3TB external for your Wii U? Why not, crazy person.
Both consoles come with the Wii U GamePad w/Stylus, (in their respective colors) a sensor bar, AC adapters for Both the Console and GamePad, and a packed-in HDMI Cable.
The Deluxe version comes with some additional items: The Nintendo Land video game, Plastic stands for both the Wii U console and GamePad, A docking cradle for the GamePad, And their “Deluxe Digital Promotion.” Basically whenever you buy digital titles on the eShop you will earn points that you can redeem for content later (More of less another version of Club Nintendo.)
I’m sure that someplace, somewhere, a lone person is already packing their tent and enough food for 65 days.
God speed crazy person!