Japanese Nintendo Direct Wii U launch presentation wrap-up
There will be two Wii U models. The Black 32GB Model will cost 31,500 Yen (most likely $399.99 in the U.S.) and the White 8GB Model will cost 26,250. ($349.99). The system has 2GB of RAM and it will be released on December 8th in Japan.
The short but informative Nintendo Direct Wii U Launch Presentation of Japan is now over, and the details everyone had been waiting for have been revealed.
The Wii U will launch on December 8th in Japan and will have different prices depending on the model of your choice.
The Wii U itself regardless of the model has 2GB of RAM, placing itself higher than the consoles of the current generations.
The two models are: the Black 32GB Hard drive model will cost near$399.99 depending on the region, and the White 8GB Hard drive model will cost about $349.99. Again, we'll find out the definite prices for the U.S. in the North American Livestream later on. Both will come with a single Wii U Game Pad, which will cost roughly $169.99 each.
The Wii U itself regardless of the model has 2GB of RAM. Higher than the average console.
Also, both Wii U models will NOT come with the Wii Remote, Wii Nunchuks, or the Wii Sensor Bar. Those will be sold as a package to Wii U buyers separately.
Keep in mind that all this information is for Japan as of now, and we will soon know the details for the U.S. release of the Wii U in the North American Wii U Launch Presentation.
So what do you guys think of the details revealed? Was it what you guys expected? Surprised? Disappointed? Discuss in the comments.