Nintendo has finally pulled the lid off the release date and price for its new console in Japan, Europe, and North America.
In all three regions, the Wii U will come in both a Basic and Deluxe package. The Basic set comes with a white Wii U console with 8GB of storage, a GamePad, AC adapters for both, and a sensor bar. The Deluxe contains all of the contents of the Basic set, with a black Wii U console with 32GB of storage, plus a GamePad charging cradle and stands for the GamePad and console. In addition, North America will receive Nintendo Land as a free pack-in with the Deluxe bundle.
Japan will receive Wii U on December 8, with the Basic set priced at ¥26,250 and the Deluxe at ¥31,500. Europe gets Wii U on November 30 with prices TBA. North America gets in on the action first, releasing on November 18, with the Basic set priced at $299.99 and the Deluxe at $349.99.