Nintendo’s Wii U set to release 11/18
I’m not gonna lie, this thing looks awesome. In addition to the new controller, they also have the Wii U Pro controller, which has a more classic setup of controller sticks, buttons, and triggers. This makes the Wii U more appealing to “hardcore” gamers, and a lot more competitive with what Microsoft and Sony have to offer. Additionally, the original Wii Remote, Nunchuck controller, and Balance Board are still compatible with the Wii U, as well as most Wii games, so you don’t need to worry about all that money you spent on your Wii accessories if you upgrade to the Wii U. It has a video output of full 1080p HD, as well as a lot of other beefed up hardware making the performance of this machine sleek and incredible.
This new console is set to come out in North America on Sunday, November 18th and comes in two flavors. The Wii U Basic comes in white, with 8GB of internal storage. The Wii U Deluxe comes in black, offering 32GB of internal storage. Both models are up for pre-order right now.