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Submitted by Seedhouse 1357d ago | video

Reggie welcomes you to Nintendo’s official Wii U Facebook page

Nintendo Universe writes:

Nintendo have launched an official Facebook page for the Wii U, ahead of its re-reveal at E3 2012 next week.

In doing so, Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime has recorded a short message to welcome those that give the page a virtual thumbs-up. (Reggie Fils-Aime, Wii U)

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Titanz  +   1357d ago
You had me at, "hey"
You had me at hey... *sniffs*
chanmasta  +   1357d ago
The way he says "Hey.." made that comment even more hilarious.
kesvalk  +   1357d ago
why Ash and not Red?
CouldHaveYelledUiiW  +   1356d ago
Uhm, where is his office? I think I left my Link statue there.
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stuntman_mike  +   1356d ago
he is starting to dress like my grandad.

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