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Nintendo Wii U Date Announced for North America, Price Announced

Nintendo has officially announced the date of their upcoming console the Wii U for North America. (Wii U)

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-Mika-  +   1244d ago
I still think it overpriced for what it offering. I think Im just going to wait for the PS4 and just buy this at the end of it lifecycle.
TOGC  +   1244d ago
from what was shown i disagree
WrAiTh Sp3cTr3  +   1244d ago
"I think Im just going to wait for the PS4 and just buy this at the end of it lifecycle."

I've learned thats what you do for Sony's devices...
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Trenta27  +   1244d ago
I disagree as well. While the 32GB only was surprising to me, it still looks fun.
gaffyh  +   1244d ago
As expected, Nintendo didn't go for $199 or even $249 that people were talking about. It's too expensive at $299 because Sony will be launching slim soon, and Xbox 360 is already dirt cheap. They can only hope for a lot of hype during launch, but I just don't see it being sustained after it's first few weeks on shelves.

Good release date though, but again, they're competing with COD, which is a big mistake imo.
Anon1974  +   1244d ago
@ gaffyh. Don't discount the novelty of it though. Yeah, the 360 is dirt cheap and the PS3 is about the same price (barring the launch of the PS3 super slim) but the 360 and PS3 have been on the shelves for awhile now. The Wii-U has that nifty, ipad-like controller. Don't discount the novelty factor here. While I don't think the Wii-U will be able to compete with the PS3 and 360 numbers this holiday season, I think it'll have a solid showing which should encourage developers to take a look. It certainly doesn't hurt that Nintendo has a normal game controller this outing, making for easier ports. The Wii-mote killed the Wii for me as I hated using the blasted thing and I was planning on skipping the Wii-U if relied solely on some gimmicky controller, but a normal controller is available right from the start. I might not be jumping onboard at launch like I did the Wii, but I'll be keeping an eye on the Wii-U. I missed two Zelda games because of that damned Wii-mote. I'm looking forward to diving into the series again, and I've got kids now that I wouldn't mind introducing to Mario in a couple of years time.
-Alpha  +   1244d ago
Eh, I guess it depends on your budget. $300 is too much for me because Ill be maining PS4. Wii U is a likely pick up for the strong Nintendo exclusives that are bound to release but Ill wait for the eventual price scaling. Nintendo wont be more expensive than Sony and MS in the swing of things so Ill get the Wii U then. Its a sensible price if it can sell and I expect the casuals to be first in line. The justfication of the price will ultimately be determined by the sales.
darthv72  +   1244d ago
"I think Im just going to wait for (insert platform) and just buy (insert platform) at the end of it lifecycle."

That is typical of those who have no interest in the first place.
Diver  +   1244d ago
the grannies that made the wii a big seller arent going to go for this. ninty seriously miscalculated. got nothing to do with liking or disliking, its the market.
Sono421  +   1243d ago
I'm seriously not understanding.. People are saying it's overpriced and should be $250 not $300. Is $50 really that big of a deal/difference? Also if you plan on buying a game for the Wii U, which I would hope you are lol ($60) you might as well upgrade to the $350 version (Comes with either Zombie U or NintendoLand, 32 Gigs of storage, charging stand for the GamePad, and Nintendo Network Premium) I would like for it to also come packaged with a pro controller too but eh i'm not complaining. I don't know what exactly would satisfy you people. Judging from your comments you want it to be cheaper and vastly more powerful. Do you see how that's contradicting? You want it to be more powerful (Which raises the price) then you want it to be cheaper... doesn't make sense. The system is easily powerful enough to handle all sorts of gaming mechanics. It's not so "underpowered" that it will take away from the experience. It will still be easily able to handle alot going on at once. The only place it somewhat "lacks" is the graphics department and its not like it will look ugly or anything, it can still handle better graphics than this current gen and I think this current gens games look amazing as is. (Uncharted, Gears, Killzone, etc...) and graphics are hardly the most important thing in the first place. Then they show very promising games this early. (In my opinion) Such as Zombie U, Nintendo Land, Pikmin 3, Rayman Legends, New Super Mario Bros. U, Game & Wario, the Wonderfull 101, Lego City Undercover, and Epic mickey 2. Those are just some of the exclusives I can think of off the top of my head, not even mentioning all the multiplatform games. Then with all of that offered lets not forget the biggest selling point, the unique controller, the whole new way to play. I don't see how anyone could possibly knock this from a factual perspective. Maybe from an opinionated perspective (Maybe) but (sorry to say it) most of the reasoning i'm seeing for not getting it is poor to say the least and those saying such things clearly had no intention of buying it in the first place. If your not going to get it fine, but don't hide behind the bush trying to justify not getting it with these "facts" state your real reasoning for not getting it. Brand loyalty for the lose gaming for the win.
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zeeshan  +   1243d ago
It all comes down to the performance of Wii U. If they can blow our minds away with some strong titles, people are going to consider getting this. But, if it is only slightly better than 360 and PS3 then really, what's the use of buying a consoles, close to current-gen consoles and one that is even more expensive.
EVILDEAD360  +   1243d ago
The price is pretty much as low as they could go and actually recoup money.

Nintendo is going to sell out this holiday and all the way through next year.

But, it won't prevent the 360 or the PS3 from having a great holiday.

I honestly wish the launch had must have games, but other than Zombie-U, it would be tough to warrant the price when I own the other 3 consoles and there are too many huge games coming. I probably will wait until next summer or holiday to pick one up.

It's going to be interesting to see how this holiday pans out though.

Conzul  +   1244d ago
Eh, I'll probably break down and get it whenever they release their generational Zelda game.

Kinda sick though, they only have one horse in their barn, compared to what Sony will have going into next gen.
Lucretia  +   1244d ago
how much is it? the site wont load ........

nvm found 300 for only 8 gigs of ram and a console thats barely better than current gen?

thats like if the original xbox was 100 bucks more than ps2 because it was slightly better........

w/e. games speak i guess, bayonetta 2 is nice, but not enough to get me to pay that much for wii-u
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Conzul  +   1244d ago
Release: Nov 18
Basic 8Gb model: $300
Deluxe 32Gb model: $350
Qrphe  +   1244d ago
The original Xbox was about 3 times as powerful as the PS2 (it even had native 720p games!).
But it was still pricey though.
Sono421  +   1243d ago
Delux also includes a game(Either ZombieU or NintendoLand) and Nintendo Premium.
inb4its2late  +   1243d ago

You're not being serious are you?
gatormatt80  +   1244d ago
I personally think they're making a big mistake in regards to the HDD. They should be offering HDD's in comparison to what the PS3 and 360 are selling. I think casual gamers, and even parents of children, will see on the boxes of these consoles that the PS3 and 360 have more GB's and it's very possible that they will relate that to those being the better purchase. That and the price will IMHO be deciding factors for many casuals and parents out there.
darthv72  +   1244d ago
Perhaps this is a new trend....
The inclusion of a HDD in older consoles was probably to make up for whatever shortcomings the platform lacked.

In the case of wii-u, there does not seem to be as much of a "need" for a big hdd. Games fit and play from the discs themselves so no installing. I can really only see the internal storage for game saves, wiiware/vc and maybe demos.

If the need arrives, the consumer can add their own external hdd which I would imagine would be exclusively allocated to the wii instead of like what people use external hdd's for now.

If you dont allocate a hdd to the wii then it becomes a typical storage device for movies and music to shuttle between pc and other devices.

Consumers who have been using tablets and phones wont see the wii-u as anything less but something more. the familiarity of the gamepad interface would likely spark interest in getting one for their kids instead of the 360/ps3 because parents would see the benefits of the many ways it can be used in conjunction with games and apps.

We are in a new generation where traditional gaming is being surpassed by the youth that is being trained on touch interface devices for education and entertainment.

It may be coming to a point where us "old schoolers" will be the only ones who want the physical games and feel of a traditional d-pad and buttons while the younger crowd are expectant of the touch and motion interface of the future.
gatormatt80  +   1243d ago
True. Smaller HDD's may be the new trend next gen. Actually no HDD's may be the new trend. Just include flash memory to keep costs down, while including the option to add on a HDD. I just hope they don't make us use proprietary hdd's.
Outside_ofthe_Box  +   1244d ago
$300? I knew it. The moment Nintendo said the Wii U will not be sold at a loss, I knew 300/350 will most likely be the launch price. Some were speculating $250 pshhh.

It's going to be interesting to see how it does at that price point.
MostJadedGamer  +   1244d ago
Yea the WiiU is not a real next Gen console its best to wait for either the PS4 or the 720.
ZeekQuattro  +   1243d ago
Why must you troll. You have no intention of buying Nintendo products anyway so why bother posting. lol
ShaunCameron  +   1243d ago
I think it's priced just right. With the tablet, there was no way Nintendo was gonna price it lower than $300.
specialguest  +   1243d ago
After Almost 2 Decades... Welcome back Nintendo
I think the price is acceptable for a new launch. The SNES was my favorite console of all time. After the SNES, I skipped 3 Nintendo console generation due not liking the direction Nintendo took its gaming business.

Finally...I will reunite with my childhood favorite gaming company Nintendo again.
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nerdkiller  +   1243d ago
if its got the best browser then i'll think about it. i can just imagine watching tubeporn on the toilet with the gamepad goodtimes...
Kurt Russell  +   1243d ago
The fact they changed the $ to a £ for the pricing in the UK rules me out as a buyer. Had it had been the same price as Northern America I would have pre-ordered... But I am not being ripped off.
Oh_Yeah  +   1243d ago
Im actually impressed with the wii u. The price is fine, it comes with a controller in which you can play games while your taking a dump, or laying down, or when someone wants to watch tv. Nintendo TVii also looks amazing, its a whole new way of watching tv,then add all the nintendo exclusives. Damn son, I told myself i wasnt going to get one, and just go with ps4 and pc next gen, but i dont want to miss this. This looks like nintendos second coming...even if it does come up a media box alone it looks great, no other device offers what nintendo tvii has and for free? it will always have use.
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mi_titan27  +   1244d ago
Nintendo TVii, looks very interesting
DA_SHREDDER  +   1244d ago
looks interesting? I think it's a bit overwhelming compared to just picking up your tv remote and pressing the on button. Oh and considering this doesn't even play dvds. I'm just gonna wait till I can get one for under $200. There isn't even a decent game out for it yet.
linkratos  +   1244d ago
DId you even see what it does? It simply combines every service you subscribe to into one simple database to choose from on the gamepad, and then it plays on the TV. Sounds awesome.

Rayman Legends
Bayonetta 2
Wonderful 101
Pikmin 3
Mario Bros U

Those all look "decent" at the very least. Don't change your argument to "system selling" or "amazing" or "interesting to me". You said decent.
live2play  +   1243d ago
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live2play  +   1243d ago
"There isn't even a decent game out for it yet."
haha what a silly thing to say xD

the CONSOLE isnt even out yet! xD

and the funny part? people here actually agreed with you
andibandit  +   1243d ago
it already has more Original games than Vita
Nitrowolf2  +   1244d ago
I'm gonna wait for the next version of this like Nintendo always does. Plus I don't have the cash, but is it me or does November seem to be just around the corner? I mean this feels like it would have been better suited at E3
WiiUalpha  +   1244d ago
There was only one version of the Wii...

Edit: Wii always had a DVD drive.LOL. I'm sorry but you are wrong on this.
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Nitrowolf2  +   1244d ago
The 1st gen of Wii didn't include the DVD drive that was in second and third gen. Nintendo will release mopre versions of the Wii U with bigger HDD.

However, they also downgraded them by not letting them play Gamecube games or have controller ports for them.

So I guess it's a 50/50 risk thing waiting, but they do release different versions

they are different drives
Never said it didn't have one, said it didn't have the same drives found in the later versions
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ABizzel1  +   1244d ago
Actually there are 2. The original and the current one that doesn't play Gamecube games.
darthv72  +   1244d ago
Wii always had a dvd drive. What i think you are trying to convey is that the dvd drive size in the later release was smaller than the one in the original. That kind of change isnt that uncommon.

Look at the variations of dvd drive in the 360. There are 3 different ones it can possibly use. The change of drive is really not that big of a change unless it result in noticable performance differences.

The removal of internal features that result in the physical change of the exterior...that is more akin to actual hardware revisions. Like going from the front loader nes to the top. Or the genesis model 1 to the model 2.

if anything, only collectors are really privy to such things as they want to collect every possible variant that was released. I am just such a collector.
mamotte  +   1244d ago
The SNES only had 1 version, the N64 too, the Gamecube too, the Wii too. Different colors and limited editions appeared, but Nintendo never had different versions of their home consoles. Until now.

TheCagyDies  +   1244d ago
SNES did had a slim down version in North America and Japan. I don't think Europe received SNES Jr.


but that was years ago. You are right about the N64 and Gamecube. The Wii did had a new model that dropped gamecube support but no other change.
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MySwordIsHeavenly  +   1244d ago
The NES had a slim version, as well. It was a top loader.
darthv72  +   1244d ago
hardware changes
are not exactly the same has physical changes. for example, the front loading nes and top loading version are an example of physical changes.

Nothing much was changed to the hardware inside (aside from moving things around to accommodate the exterior case change).

Now there have been internal hardware changes to systems where the physical appearance remained the same (or similar). An example would be the Genesis model 1. there are something like 3-4 different revisions to the model 1.

Changes like the removal of the serial port on the back or actual chip changes to sound and video. The exterior (for the most part) remained constant until the first 'real' physical change that came in the form of the model 2 (square) genesis.

A more recent example would be the gamecube and the original model having both serial ports on the bottom and the digital a/v port on the back. Before its demise, Nintendo removed one serial port as well as the digital a/v port but the exterior casing remained pretty much the same.

Same thing happened to the wii with the removal of gamecube ports. For that, there was both hardware AND physical change. The internal hardware was removed for gamecube which resulted in the physical change of the casing where the door was on the side for controllers to plug into.

In fact, almost all game consoles that remained on the market long enough had gone through some type of change to be more cost effective. The exceptions would be the neogeo AES, atari jaguar and probably some older units like colecovision and the 5200.
PopRocks359  +   1244d ago
Correction; Nintendo always does this for their handhelds. Their consoles only ever get new colors. Unless you count a later version of the Wii that had no GCN game or controller support.
mamotte  +   1244d ago
And I said "Home consoles".
PopRocks359  +   1244d ago
Did I seriously just get three disagrees for stating a series of facts?

Man the trolls must be upset today.
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wiiu_peeu  +   1244d ago
that seems to be nintendos slogan with this actually, "wii u: a little more".

Less HDD space than PS3/360 retail system right now, only 512mb more RAM, went with proprietary optical discs instead of bluray, can do same resolution as ps3/360, USB 2.0 ports instead of 3, and the fact they even specified "low latency for gamepad" is worrisome.

by the way got this quote from a nintendo thread
WiiUalpha  +   1244d ago
Judging by your name, you wouldnt have got it no matter what it offered. BTW video has been shown that proves the latency between the Wii U and gam pad is actually less than that of the Wii U to TV.

I find it amusing that you are trying to make 1080p out to be a bad thing now
wiiu_peeu  +   1244d ago
Of course with a name like wiiualpha i expect,t heavy damage control from you. No one said 1080p was bad so don't twist words. It's just not doing anything more than current gen systems do. It will support and i emphasize support 1080p but how many games will be 1080p? From what we've seen not many at all so far so it is as speculated by me and many others a current gen system masquerading as next gen in terms of power.

It's funny so many ppl getting mad when ppl were saying it will barely be more powerful than ps3 or xbox and look at those idiots now. They lack common sense and don't know how to deduce based off nintendos past with Wii and ds. I swear dreamers saying it would be 5 times more powerful some even 10 lol
dark-hollow  +   1244d ago

"only 512mb more RAM"
its 1.5 MORE ram than current consoles.

"went with proprietary optical discs instead of bluray" umm.. they ARE bluerays but due to the license it won't be able to play movies through it.

"can do same resolution as ps3/360"
except there is more possibility of full hd games than the older consoles, and do you really believe the ps4 can play 4k games crap? Even high end gpus will struggle with that without the game looking like ass.

"and the fact they even specified "low latency for gamepad" is worrisome"

WTF!!! Do you idiot even know what low latency means? It is a GOOD thing not "worrisome". Low latency very low or unnoticeable delay time between the gamepad and the the TV for streaming.
Cdaja  +   1244d ago
I think more of what he meant is that it should be a given that a controller has low latency, it should never be a noted thing that the latency is low.
tonynguyen06  +   1244d ago
mi_titan27  +   1244d ago
Bayonetta 2, The Wonderful 101, and Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate all look fun
wiiu_peeu  +   1244d ago
yeah 250 was my sweet spot considering whats being offered. So now im 50/50 on whether i should purchase it. I mean i paid 350 for my vita at launch plus mem cards so i still might get this just to relive the nostalgia and old nintendo days i use to have with Mario, Zelda, and such.
nevin1  +   1244d ago
Dumb question, But how do you charge the gamepad? I ask because the deluxe version comes with a chargepad.
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Daver  +   1244d ago
probably through usb on the console
mi_titan27  +   1244d ago
just a plain ac adapter, no stand
labaronx  +   1244d ago
but with all the flood of games.... and the halo 4 console... i think i'll wait til march to bite
torchic  +   1244d ago
that's exactly how I feel. so much software coming next Q1 my PS3 will be fed well.

I'll consider it in around March/April. possible PS4 details in that period will also affect my decision
labaronx  +   1244d ago
i'm going to get one anyway....
whenever they release the next zelda

but nothing right now is screaming buy me....

i am hopeful for a proper rpg, questing, handheld like version of a Pokemon game
richierich  +   1244d ago
I thought todays Nintendo Direct conference nearly sucked as much as the E3 2012 conference. They mainly showed games we already saw at E3 and an a teaser of Bayonetta 2 I admit that its good to know about the system specs but how about showing at least one game that shows us what the hardware is capable of FFS
modesign  +   1244d ago
to much money for a simple wii upgrade. rather wait for the real next gen ps4
Megaton  +   1244d ago
Way overpriced. The thing doesn't even come with a hard drive.
LOL_WUT  +   1244d ago
Exactly glad Nintendo didn't listen to the faithfuls and released some info on the specs. Still disappointed it has no harddrive and slightly better than this gen. I'm undecided whether I should buy it used or wait till a price drop.
PopRocks359  +   1244d ago
You two are ridiculous. Why jack up the price when it comes with several gigabytes of memory (which is more than enough to store any Wii games you may want to transfer) and you could plug in ANY external HDD in your house?

God, some people are so dense.
Megaton  +   1243d ago
PopRocks sounds like he totally loved the 360 Arcade. No excuse for any modern console to not come with a HDD.
NYC_Gamer  +   1244d ago
It's gonna be a hard sell for the typical Nintendo fan base
stuna1  +   1244d ago
No it's not! Their going to jump right onboard! It's the core gamers that their supposedly catering too, that's going to be the hard sell.

Although 1gb for games and 1gb for os is more than what gamers are accustomed too, I just expected much more! Especially after some of the comments from some of the unreasonable nintendo fans.
NYC_Gamer  +   1244d ago
I doubt casuals who bought the Wii because it was cheap will run out and drop 300 dollars
DarkHeroZX  +   1243d ago
forget parents getting this thing for their kids at this price. When parents go to walmart and ask the sales person which consoles are more affordable and come with everything they need the ps3, 360, and 3ds takes the cake in affordablity. then maybe the vita if those bundles do come with a memory card
torchic  +   1244d ago
I'm impressed Nintendo. I'll wait for more software to bleed through before I start seriously considering a purchase. $50 price cut would be great too.
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19993568  +   1244d ago
PS3 price cut imminent.
majiebeast  +   1244d ago
350$ for 32gigs yeah im gonna pass on that should atleast be 120gb.

More expensive is 1 thing do i need to go on 32gigs is nothing storage isnt expensive so for that 50$ extra they wouldve been able to get atleast 120gigs in the premium version just think its a bit of a rip off.
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PopRocks359  +   1244d ago
You can add your own external HDD of any variety. In which case, what's there to complain about?
TruthbeTold  +   1244d ago
Keep in mind that the big extra of the 32 gig console is Nintendoland. Not really the extra storage space. But between more storage, the game, and the charging peripherals, it's worth it.
linkratos  +   1244d ago
Buy the $300 SKU (since you probably don't want Nintendo Land) and use the money saved to buy some cheap external memory and another game.
potatowarrior  +   1244d ago
why do people comment on this saying if there buying it or not who the f cares. if u want it buy it simple
jghvhv  +   1244d ago
Good thing I started saving for a Wii U months ago.Day one 32GB model for me.
Summons75  +   1244d ago
ehhhhh I was really hoping for 250 but I guess 300 is fine. It still looks completely worth the money and so much better than the Wii (even though the wii had some great games). I'll get it.
WildStyles  +   1244d ago
I'll wait a little bit. It's definitely overpriced for what it's offering. Plus, I need to see how the third party support is a couple of years down the line.
iGamerZERO  +   1244d ago
Anyone know what's colors are offered ?
WooHooAlex  +   1244d ago
PS4/WiiU should make a good combo next-gen.

I'm definitely interested in Nintendo TVii, but the games were still lacking for me - and for $349, I'm definitely taking a pass at launch. I'll probably look to get one once they give it a storage upgrade and a big Nintendo exclusive like Smash Bros or a badass Metroid.

I'm a little concerned that they didn't announce any pricing on the GamePad - Anything over $100 would be awful.
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WooHooAlex  +   1244d ago
Its going to be interesting to see how this sells in comparison to the PS3/360 which will have a pretty big price advantage.
r21  +   1244d ago
Japan's not getting the wii u first? Thats odd.
ziggurcat  +   1244d ago
hey nintendo,

it's 2012. sony and microsoft have had a proper HDD in their systems since 2005. get with the times and release a system with a HDD because 8 or 32GB isn't going to get you very far these days. it's not a handheld device.

@ r21:

it's not odd, nintendo is based in japan.
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DarkHeroZX  +   1243d ago
it is odd. Usually Japan gets their own consoles first then the rest of the world does. America is getting the WiiU in November while japan has to wait until December.
YoungPlex  +   1244d ago
If I get one it's going to be the $299.99 base model seeing as I have an extra 512gig external HDD. I think that its a damn good deal for what its got and for whats coming. I also think that most people already knew that this was going to be the case. I'm glad they chose to not use proprietary memory or they really would have been screwed.
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teedogg80  +   1244d ago
I may get one around the first of next year. I'll just sit back for now and watch what happens.
Dread  +   1244d ago

but I am passing for now.

I am having way to much fun with my 360 and playstation 3, and I'll be playing halo 4, Forza horizon and assassins creed 3 for a long time.. and later Gears of War judgment and hopefully The Last Guardian...
CShadow  +   1244d ago
I got 3 ps3 time to sell 2 of them to get zed Wii U. I'm just that upsessed!
ScubaSteve1  +   1244d ago
Does anyone know why have preorders up but not
Summons75  +   1244d ago
Best Buy dosen't have pre-orders up either as of right now. Probably later today or tomorrow.
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