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Nintendo unveils first Wii U touch controller commercial

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 03 Nov 2012 2:00 User comments (2)

Nintendo unveils first Wii U touch controller commercial Nintendo has released their first commercial showing off the Wii U's touch controllers.
The GamePad, which features a 6.2-inch touchscreen, is the main selling point of the console, but there has been little in the way of gameplay demos outside of this year's E3.

Nintendo will sell the Wii U Basic and Deluxe bundles on November 18th, with the base model costing $300 and the deluxe edition selling for $350. The base model will include the Wii U console with 8GB memory and the Wii U GamePad in all white. The deluxe edition comes with 32GB and a GamePad charging cradle. Additionally, it will come bundled with the game NintendoLand and offer digital benefits.

Check the commercial here:

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2 user comments

14.11.2012 16:42

Pretty cool.....not sure this will be a massive success though. I think most will now see how Wii was so loved for such a short time before kids got bored and wanted to switch to XBox 360 or PS3 to get the violent games.

28.11.2012 16:32
Pwhate
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Originally posted by hearme0:
Pretty cool.....not sure this will be a massive success though. I think most will now see how Wii was so loved for such a short time before kids got bored and wanted to switch to XBox 360 or PS3 to get the violent games.


Wii is still the number one selling console. get your facts straight and stay off the haterade drinks ok?

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