Nintendo Wii U Console – Black Deluxe Set

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Nintendo Wii U Console - Negroid Deluxe Set

  • Includes digit Wii Remote Controllers
  • Includes digit Classic Controller

Includes: Negroid Wii U Console, digit Negroid Wii U GamePad controller, Wii U GamePad Stand/Cradle Set, Wii U Console Stand, Nintendo Land Game Disc.

List Price: $ 349.00

Price: $ 624.65

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  1. 8 of 56 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    gamestop.com still has the white wii u for 299, September 17, 2012
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    S. Miller
      

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    This review is from: Nintendo Wii U Console – Black Deluxe Set (Video Game)

    if u wanna waste ur money fine by me lol i got the black one preordered and not selling it but to give heads up gamestop.com still has the white wii u for 299 lot cheaper then these ones

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  2. 12 of 51 people found the following review helpful
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    Uh Hello?, September 24, 2012
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    CheeseGuy

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    This review is from: Nintendo Wii U Console – Black Deluxe Set (Video Game)

    This is soooooooooo exciting, I’ve watched all videos on it and know all the games. I will not state them but I’m so excited. *Ahem* MAIN POINT, Nintendo has released the price for this as $349.99 but WHY IS IT ON SALE HERE FOR OVER FLIPPIN’ $600?????!!!! That’s TWICE what Nintendo put for the BASIC SET. I’m surprised at anyone who pays for this, when you can get a little less than half(opposed to what the price is here) for it at Nintendo.com. So would you get it for over $600? here, or $349.99 at Nintendo.com?

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  3. 8 of 26 people found the following review helpful
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    A One-Stop Shop for what you need to know about the Wii U, September 18, 2012
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    Mike London “MAC” (Oxford, UK) –
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    This review is from: Nintendo Wii U Console – Black Deluxe Set (Video Game)

    lease note: Although this review has appeared online before the Wii U Console has been released, I have researched the Wii U extensively, and as far as I can ascertain all technical information is correct as to what the Wii U can accomplish. I have also played the Wii U at one of the preview events. This review will be updated in the future if needed to reflect additional information that becomes available to us. Release dates: NA November 18, 2012, EU|AU November 30, 2012, JP December 8, 2012.

    The eight generation of video game consoles is upon us, with the Nintendo releasing the first console of that era, the Wii U. Nintendo has a lot riding on the Wii U. While the Wii has been the most commercially successful console of its generation, the perception has been that the Wii is firmly for causal gamers, and the XBOX 360 and PlayStation 3 is for the hardcore gamers. Also, given the bumbled launch of the 3DS (Nintendo’s most botched debut of new hardware, with the sole exception of Gunpei Yokoi’s 1995 Virtual Boy), Nintendo has to get the Wii U right. Here are some concerns that Nintendo wants to address with the Wii U.

    THE WII IS ONLY FOR CASUAL GAMERS: One item that effectively fueled that (largely incorrect) perception is the packaging of “Wii Sports”, which clearly demonstrated what the motion-controlled driven Wii was all about and what it was fully capable of accomplishing. Interestingly enough, the basic edition (covered in detail later in the review) does not include the Wii U’s version of “Wii Sports”, a game called “Nintendo Land”. Most likely though hardcore gamers will want the Deluxe Edition due to the extra features included, including quadrupling storage space. It was only because of “Wii Sports” dethroned “Super Mario Bros.” that “Super Mario Bros.” finally had to relinquish its title as the best selling video game of all time. “Wii Sports” moved over eighty million units, and according to the Nintendo channel people played that game a LOT.

    BAD NETWORKING: Another notorious weakness of the Wii was its weak network infrastructure. Online gameplay is the order of the day, and Nintendo has been behind the eight ball for this generation due to poor implementation of online gaming. Although some Wii titles included online gaming (“Mario Kart Wii with Wii Wheel” and “James Bond 007: GoldenEye” come to mind), the XBOX 360 and Playstation 3 offered much more robust gaming options in this milieu. “New Super Mario Bros. Wii”, one of the biggest titles of the Wii era, notoriously did not include this much needed functionality.

    LACK OF THIRD PARTY TITLES: One of the major selling points of any Nintendo console is the Nintendo IPs: we all know the only place you get Mario (“New Super Mario Bros. U) and all his various sub-series, Link, Samus, Pikmin, Super Smash Brothers, Kirby, Donkey Kong, Star Fox, Pokeman, Kid Icarus, Animal Crossing, Fire Emblem, The Legendary Starfly, etc, are on Nintendo hardware. As strong as these IPs are, to flourish Nintendo MUST have the support of third party developers. The Wii missed out on some of the biggest titles of the seventh generation, largely due to the radically different control scheme of the Wii compared to the other two consoles and the lack of HD support, as well as the required work to convert XBOX 360 and Playstation 3 titles to the Wii.

    The Wii U fixes the issues that were keeping away the third party games. Despite all the brouhaha regarding the GamePad, in one way Nintendo has become more conservative in their approach to third party developers. The…

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