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Submitted by chaos_mechanica 737d ago | trailer

Be Better Than Other Families With Wii Sports Club

Nintendo’s newest Wii U “Pitch” commercial has children yet again schooling their parents on why it’s time to “upgrade” to the Wii U. (Wii Sports Club, Wii U)

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exfatal  +   737d ago
Great commerical and obviously since its something good coming out of Nintendo everyone will ignore it :p

Where all the bad news at?!
CaulkSlap  +   737d ago
I'm betting that boy wants a PS4 or Xbox for Christmas.
RPG_Lover  +   737d ago
systems that break and have no games? no thanks
naiyo  +   737d ago
should have done this day one with wii sport club being free.
JuleyJules  +   736d ago
Hopefully Nintendo keeps up the advertising going forward. All these help whether people want to accept it or not. I'm glad I'm now actually seeing commercials on TV for Wii U. Reviews certainly don't hurt either when they're as positive as the ones for SM3DW!!

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