Satoru Iwata, CEO of Nintendo is the first to unpack a Wii U. While the Nintendo’s new console are not available yet in stores, Nintendo’s CEO has played the game and it’s apparently a first for him (as we for us to see it) as he will try to keep you entertained for up to 5 minutes 34 sencods. In addition, Nintendo has also posted two other videos retail system user accounts and chat.
The Wii U chat has also got a brief mention, with the Japan-based Satoru Iwata-san making a quick call to his American colleague Reggie Fils-Aime, with streaming video and audio , with a little bit of art – done through the GamePad’s touchscreen. Users will be notified of incoming calls through the home button (Like we saw before, during Wii U’s presentations).
Nintendo has announced the “Wii U” new game consoles. And it will be release on December 8, in two version the Premium Set of price 31,500 ¥ (around 405$) . And Basic set will cost 26,250 yen (around 340$). A basic set and premium set were revealed, with the premium option adding more storage up to 32GB, and 8GB on the cheaper bundle (Basic set). The Premium set will also arrive with additional controllers and peripherals, including a charging stand for the Wii U GamePad. The GamePads will also be available standalone for 13,440 ¥, which is cost around 173$ for American gamers.
The Wii U pro controllers are priced at 5,040 ¥ (about 65$) each, while the Wiimote will continue to be priced at 3,800 ¥ (about 50$), in a variation of colors, likewise the nunchuks will be available in three slections color. A GamePad charging stand will also be available to buy separately to cost around 1,870 ¥ (about 25$).
Nintendo president Satoru Iwata announced this morning via Nintendo Direct video stream. A presentation later today in New York City starring Nintendo of America prez Reggie Fils-Aime will reveal pricing and release dates for the rest of the world.
In addition, for the content of the presentation on the Wii U will comes later.
Source : Nintendo