Nintendo’s CEO has taken to Ustream to officially unbox Nintendo new gaming console ahead of the consoles launch in Europe, Australia and New Zealand Wii U on November 30th, and 18th November in North America.
Nintendo will be launching two version of their Wii U console a “Deluxe Set” for $349.99, a black console with 32GB of internal storage, together with a “Basic Set” for $299.99, with 8GB of internal storage.
The unboxing is carried out in Japanese only, but the Engadget technology site was able to translate it revealing that :
” the new console, with up to 12 players able to register on the same Wii U — with individual settings and game saves kept in storage. With multiplayer games, your progress (and victories) will also be saved across all participating accounts. Even play history and internet bookmarks will be tied alongside your profile”-“a standalone microphone accessory is also on its way (the GamePad already packs a built-in mic), with the new peripheral pitched at karaoke fans in its homeland and its new Karaoke service”
Jump over to the Nintendo Wii U UStream page for videos of the unboxing and more.
Source: EngadgetFiled Under: Gaming News, Top News