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Nintendo Wii U 32GB Premium Pack - Black

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A New Wii Console Experience

According to Nintendo President Satoru Iwata, "Wii U redefines the structure of home entertainment by fundamentally changing how the TV, the game console and the Internet function and interact together," he continues, "The experience enabled by Wii U and its new controller takes players deeper into their games, while reaching out wider than ever before to be inviting to all kinds of gamers."

The Wii U console

A new Wii console experience that fundamentally changes how the TV, game console and the Internet function and interact together.

The Wii U system showing the new controller, console and TV

A unique new controller packed with advanced features.

A New Super Mario Bros. Mii game screen

An exciting roster of new games and software available at launch, as well as backwards compatibility to all Wii games.

Wii U combines motion-sensing gameplay with the ability to support full HD graphics. Each Wii U console will be paired with a new groundbreaking controller, with its 6.2-inch wide screen. Previously, video games played on a home consoles have been confined to the TV and offered identical viewpoints to each player in a multiplayer environment. The Wii U controller enhances that experience with different viewpoints available in-game and in differing games/game situations. Also, watching TV and playing console games have been completely separate experiences. The new controller removes these boundaries, creating a more dynamic and fluid gaming and entertainment experience. Examples of this new functionality include:


Within Single Player Games:
  • While in-game the new controller can display information on its screen that does not appear on the TV
  • The information and viewpoint can also change in the new controller based on the orientation of its gyroscope
Within Multiplayer Games:
  • The player using the new controller can have a different experience than those looking at the TV creating a wider variety of competitive and cooperative opportunities

The New Controller

In addition to its 6.2-inch screen, the new controller also features an accelerometer and a gyroscope, a rumble feature, an inward-facing camera, a microphone and speakers. Adding these features to the Classic Controller button scheme -- two analog Circle Pads, +Control Pad, A/B/X/Y buttons, L/R buttons and ZL/ZR buttons -- will enable a breadth of gameplay experiences while appealing to both casual and dedicated video game players. The Wii U system can also use up to four additional Wii Remote or Wii Remote Plus controllers and is backward compatible to all Wii games and all Wii accessories. The Wii console has sold more than 86 million units globally and greatly expanded the overall audience for video games. Wii U aims to expand that audience even further.

The Wii U Release Software Lineup

Wii U will feature a wide variety of exciting first and third party games and software at the time of system launch. Just a few of those players can expect include:

  • New Super Mario Bros. Mii
  • Darksiders II
  • DiRT
  • Aliens Colonial Marines
  • Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Online
  • Metro Last Light
  • Tekken
  • Ninja Gaiden 3: Razor's Edge (working title)
  • And Nintendo Mii-based software yet to be confirmed

Technical Specifications

  • Console Size - Approximately 1.8-inches tall, 6.8-inches wide and 10.5-inches long.
  • New Controller - The new controller incorporates a 6.2-inch, 16:9 touch screen and traditional button controls, including two analog circle pads. This combination removes the traditional barriers between games, players and the TV by creating a second window into the video game world. The rechargeable controller includes a power button, home button, +control pad, A/B/X/Y buttons, L/R buttons and ZL/ZR buttons. It includes a built-in accelerometer and gyroscope, rumble feature, camera, a microphone, stereo speakers, a sensor strip and a stylus.
  • Other Controls - Up to four Wii Remote (or Wii Remote Plus) controllers can be connected at once. The new console supports all Wii controllers and input devices, including the Nunchuk controller, Classic Controller, Classic Controller Pro and Wii Balance Board.
  • Media - A single self-loading media bay will play 12-centimeter proprietary high-density optical discs for the new console, as well as 12-centimeter Wii optical discs.
  • Video Output - Supports 1080p, 1080i, 720p, 480p and 480i. Compatible cables include HDMI, component, S-video and composite.
  • Audio Output - Uses AV Multi Out connector. Six-channel PCM linear output through HDMI.
  • Storage - The console will have internal flash memory, as well as the option to expand its memory using either an SD memory card or an external USB hard disk drive.
  • CPU - IBM Power-based multi-core microprocessor.
  • GPU - AMD Radeon-based High Definition GPU.
  • Other - Four USB 2.0 connector slots are included. The new console is backward compatible with Wii games and Wii accessories.


Box Contains

  • 32 GB memory
  • Wii U Console in Black
  • Wii U GamePad in Black
  • Wii U AC Adapter
  • Wii U GamePad AC Adapter
  • High Speed HDMI Cable
  • Sensor Bar
  • Wii U GamePad Cradle (for charging)
  • Wii U GamePad Stand
  • Wii U Console Stand
  • Copy of Nintendo Land
5 ( 5 / 5 )
5 ( 5 / 5 )
5 ( 5 / 5 )
Unboxing pics Here are my unboxing pics. Hit right below to view them:
5 ( 5 / 5 )
Beta's Wii U review As I promised, I am reviewing the magnificent Wii U. As you all might know, the Wii U has been released on November 18th in North America, November 30th in Europe and December 8th in Japan. So, as a new era arises we need to comprehend it and see if it's worth your money. Basically, my job is to give you all a glimpse of it so you could decide on whether you will jumping on the train of the new generation with Nintendo or wait. Make yourself comfortable because this will be LONG! XD Just hit below to read the review. (Just so you know, I am using a Premium Pack for the review, if you're planning to get a Basic Pack then not everything in this review will be included in it) I will be dividing the review into several parts: The Hardware: When you unbox your brand new Wii U's packaging you will find the following: The GamePad The Wii U itself The manual (That probably no one reads, except for me XD) Nintendo Land Club Nintendo card (instructions) Nintendo Network Premium instructions card AC adapter for the Wii U and another for the GamePad GamePad charging dock GamePad stand Wii U stand The Wii U has a very sleek design with very nice curves, unlike the Wii which had edges. The Wii U has a glossy black color (that attracts finger prints and dust very well, that's why I kept those protectors on it). But I must admit, it's a very nice looking with the glossiness. What you might notice, though, is that it's quite heavier than the Wii and bigger from most aspects. Of course, it wouldn't matter because it's not like you will be carrying it around. See the difference? Let's move on to the GamePad. The GamePad was a lot lighter than I expected, and more comfortable. I must say, it is VERY comfortable with all the buttons being reachable easily without the need of stretching. It has those two bumps on the back that are shaped like the palm of your hand (or something) for you to hold it comfortably with a good grip. It has the usual ABXY buttons, L, R, ZL, ZR shoulder buttons, + (Start) and - (Select) buttons, two analogue sticks, D pad, Home button and last but not least, the TV button. The TV button is a great addition to the GamePad's unique experience, you can easily switch between TV, HDMI and AV and control the volume while playing without the hassle of finding the remote! I think some satellite boxes are also supported, not quite sure. There's also one more thing I didn't mean, the NFC (Near Field Communication). It's that's little rectangle on the left side below the D-pad. You are asking what does it do? Very well. In short, it's somekind of new technology that allows you to scan things like cards, etc. It can't be used right now but it will be used by games later on in the future. As for the quality of the screen, it's a bummer that the screen is only a resistive touch screen (single touch) and it can only go as far as 480p, but I must say that the screen is absolutely gorgeous for a screen that only displays 480p! Sometimes, what's on the GamePad's screen is better than on the TV. And the single touch wouldn't bother people a lot. I mean, who is planning to play with the touchscreen only or with both hands, anyway? And do consider that this ONLY the controller, not a whole stand-alone device. Also, you should consider the amount of the sensors they put in it like, the Gyroscope, the Accelerometer and the Geomagnetic sensor (Magnetometer). Those make a difference in gaming experience since the GamePad with those is very sensitive and accurate to moves you make, which is great. (Donkey Kong Crash Course is an excellent example of that) The Software: When you start up your Wii U for the first time it will attempt you set up a User, enter info to customize it to your optimal liking. Of course, it will tell you how to sync your GamePad before all that. Once that is done, the real journey of amazement begins! (Well, after the lengthy update, anyway) You won't be able to access any apps (except for Wii U disc channel) if you don't update. It's pretty much useless without the update. After you do that, you will find your user Mii on the TV screen in the middle while Miis from all over the world (if you're connected to the internet) are under games or apps they used recently and commented on. You will find useful comment, silly comments and drawing that are sometimes wonderful! You as how can you do that or how did they appear on your screen? It's because of this awesome feature that Nintendo implemented in the Wii U which is... *drum roll* MIIVERSE! Miiverse is one of the key features of the Wii U where you're never alone. You're connected to all people in the world using a Wii U here. You can post messages, draw and share your drawing with people. You typically live with everyone with it. It's like a whole society inside a console. Of course, there are strict rules to create a friendly and clean community. Every game and app has its own forum-like section called "Community" where you can just draw, comment or view how others feel and give posts you like a "Yeah!" (A "Like" in other words). Of course, there are more apps to explore like, YouTube app (You know why it is used), Wii U Chat (For you to video chat with people in your friend list), uPlay (App for Ubisoft games), LoveFilm (An app that needs a subscription (and not available in most countries) which streams all sorts of movies and TV series), Netflix (Same as LoveFilm) and last but definitely not least... the gorgeous internet browser! It's probably the best browser of all gaming consoles so far. It has a high HTML5 capabilities, but no Flash support (Which renders some websites or Flash based things useless) but it's very awesome since you can browse on both screens and you can play a video on YouTube then just click on a button and it's on the screen while you just browse any site when you're playing. So, in other words, you can browse ANY website on the GamePad and let others watch a video on the TV. The verdict: Nintendo gave us a new generation of gaming and fun, and surprised us with this awesome console that we never thought was possible or that it could give us deep and rich experience. Yes, the launch did have its ups and downs, but what launch doesn't? My only complaints so far is the slow OS which Nintendo promised to fix in a near future update with the freezing issues some people are having. Other than that the Wii U is a solid console with a very bright future ahead and a great concept behind it. The good things about it: Great new ways of playing GamePad gives a lot of new possibilities Very fun to play with along with some "wow" moments Strong line up for launch and launch window The next gen of Nintendo home consoles The Miiverse never makes you feel alone Nintendo games in glorious HD The bad things about it: Slow OS Freezing for some people (all above issues are fixable either by a software update via the internet) Battery life of the GamePad doesn't last long Unsure third-party support (Since we don't know how graphically advanced will be Sony and Microsoft's next gen home consoles will be, if they are a big leap third-party support might fade) I recommend it to any Nintendo fan and anyone who wants to have fun and experience something unique and great that nobody else offers. If you don't care much about the third-party issue then why are you still standing? Go ahead and buy it! XD

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