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Submitted by -Mezzo- 912d ago | video

Wii U's Debut Commercial - Rewind Theater

IGN - We take a look at the system's first U.S. commercial. Watch for our analysis of the games, the marketing strategy, the fun cubes, and more. (Wii U)

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Moonman  +   912d ago
Love it. Wish they would have shown Pikmin 3 but I'm sure this is one of many.
Ben_Rage_3  +   912d ago
I think this a smart albeit safe commercial. It's a commercial for families and casuals and I don't think that's a bad thing. The hardcores (who like Nintendo) know about the system and have either already preordered one or plan to get one next year. So the commercial doesn't need to cater to them. Nintendo needs to cater to the people who don't know about Wii U to create excitement, because a lot of them are the high spending Black Friday and Christmas shoppers.

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