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Nintendo Wii U 32GB Premium Pack - Black

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Platform : Nintendo Wii U
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  • Discover a wealth of exciting new ways to enjoy home entertainment with Wii U, Nintendo's next home console. With a revolutionary new touch screen controller, precision motion controls, and full HD graphics, a whole new world of play styles and gaming possibilities is on the horizon. The time is coming to truly expand your idea about what a game console is - and can be. The system launches on 30 November 2012 and includes the new Wii U console and amazing new controller.
  • 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:
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Game Information

  • Platform: Nintendo Wii U
  • PEGI Rating: Ages 7 and Over
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1
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  • ASIN: B008B5YB4W
  • Product Dimensions: 26.7 x 17.3 x 3.8 cm ; 1.5 Kg
  • Release Date: 30 Nov. 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (316 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 4,792 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

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Nintendo Wii U 32 GB Premium Pack

Discover a wealth of exciting new ways to enjoy home entertainment with Wii U, Nintendo's next home console. With a revolutionary new touch screen controller, precision motion controls, and full HD graphics, a whole new world of play styles and gaming possibilities is on the horizon. The Premium Pack includes the 32GB Wii U console, the amazing new GamePad controller the Nintendo Land game and more and more. Wii U redefines the structure of home entertainment by fundamentally changing how the TV, the game console and the Internet function and interact together. 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. Wii U combines motion-sensing gameplay with the ability to support full HD graphics. Each Wii U console will be paired with a new ground-breaking 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.

Features

Wii U combines motion-sensing gameplay with the ability to support full HD graphics. Each Wii U console will be paired with a new ground-breaking 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.


Gamepad

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.

Nintendo e-Shop

The Nintendo eShop on the Wii U console is your one-stop shop for a wide variety of downloadable games and entertainment. You can purchase both retail and download-only games, free demos, and applications to enhance your Wii U experience. Download full versions of select games right to your Wii U console* without leaving the house. You'll also find downloadable indie games not available in stores—plus entertainment applications like Amazon Instant Video, Netflix, Hulu Plus, and more.

Miiverse

Miiverse is a brand-new online community that is built directly into the Wii U console. It lets you share experiences, discuss games, and discover new content with gamers from around the world. Using your Mii character within Miiverse, you will see games, applications or entertainment content that either you have used recently, expressed interest in learning more about, or that your friends are using or discussing.

Play online with friends

Register friends from anywhere in the world either by exchanging your Nintendo Network ID, sending a friend request to someone you recently played online, or submitting a friend request through Miiverse. Within your Friend List you can see if your registered friends are online, and what game they are playing.

Internet browser

The Internet Browser lets you surf the web any time on your TV, using the Wii U GamePad. Simple controls let you share the browsing experience with everyone in the room, or from just the GamePad. Scroll through pages, enter keywords, switch between tabs, and more all using the Wii U GamePad touch screen or buttons. Browse with ease, any way you like.

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


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Firstly I would like to start by saying the Wii U is the successor to the Wii. They look similar but they are different consoles.
I am not a Nintendo's fan as the ones you can see over the net, but being a gamer for 22 years (my first console was a NES 8-bits) and nearly brought all Nintendo's console (as well as a PS1,PSP, PS3 and be given a Xbox) my review can be interpreted like being a fans review. Nevertheless I think I have a brain and I will be also critical on that product.

I wanted that console when it was first announced but the price tag (£350) at launch put me off. After a while the price comes down and I grab it when it was on a special offer from Amazon which last one day (they put their price at the same level as Argos). Anyway I purchased the console knowing the sales of that console was not great (will come back to it). Because I am a fan of Mario kart and Zelda it was the console I have to buy.

If you have the choice between the 32 GB or 8 GB version, go for the 32 GB version cause it worth the extra £££s.. well in fact the 8 GB version is useless (unless you have a good bundle).

Now let's start by what's in the box:

- Wii U console
- Wii U gamepad controller
- Wii U AC/DC adapter
- Wi U gamepad adapter
- HDMI cable
- Wii sensor bar to use Wii peripheral (backward compatibility)
- Wii U plastic stand
- Papers and manual

Note:

1) if you already have a Wii, you don't bother to get the sensor bar out of the box.
2) The AC/DC adapter of the Wii is not compatible with the Wii U.
3) If you cannot use an HDMI cable for X or Y reason, you can still use the AV cable which came with the Wii. Having a CRT TV it works fine (you may have to set the picture right).
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I had a conversation with a Wii-owning friend, and he didn't know what a Wii U is. So I thought I'd write a simple review in an attempt to clear up some of the confusion caused by Nintendo's lousy marketing.

Wii U is not the same as a Wii. It is not a peripheral for the original Wii. It is a whole new system, with high-definition (i.e. 1080p) graphics and more powerful hardware. The Wii U is backwards compatible with the software and peripherals for the original Wii.

Wii U is part of the "eighth generation" of games consoles, along with Sony Playstation 4 and Microsoft Xbox One. Wii U is not quite as powerful as those other consoles, and it doesn't enjoy some of the franchises that they do (e.g. Grand Theft Auto). However, as it has done throughout previous generations, Nintendo relies upon a core set of games series: Mario, Zelda, Smash Bros., Pikmin, Mario Kart, Metroid etc.

Mario in particular has been well served on the Wii U already, with New Super Mario Bros. U, New Super Luigi U and the critically acclaimed Super Mario 3D World. Zelda fans have a hi-def remake of Wind Waker (originally on the GameCube). Pikmin 3 is excellent. New incarnations of Smash Bros. and Mario Kart are due in 2014. This is not to say that third-party franchises have passed the Wii U by entirely - there is an enhanced version of Batman Arkham City, for example, as well as the latest instalments of the Call of Duty and Assassin's Creed series. And then there is Rayman Legends, a modern platforming classic.

What sets Wii U apart from other consoles (including the original Wii) is its Gamepad. This is no ordinary controller. It is a large (and comfortable) controller-plus-tablet with a 6-inch touchscreen. Different games take advantage of this in different ways.
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Got this as a lightning deal, otherwise I hadn't previously considered getting another console - but i'm glad I did! I think it's foolish that more people haven't demanded the WiiU yet. I hadn't been overly eager for it (until it was such good value in the deal) because I thought it wasn't worth it; but actually it is definitely better than the Wii and the gamepad thing actually is a game changer! I'd recommend the WiiU for sure! Delivery was great blah blah blah as usual :)
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I was umming and arring if i should get this any how i did ad to be honest its just has good has the other big named consoles and with AC black flag its great especially with the screen on the hand held control , also got zombieU and that lust has good too hope to see more game makers , making full use of the console with its hand held screen part . GREAT little machine.
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so here it is. i needed to upgrade to a new games console for my 14 year old. we have an ageing wii and it was high time we 'upgraded'. naturally i went for the wii u as amongst other things it is backwards compatible, therefore able to play the older wii games we have a stack of. but, everywhere i read it seemed as if the wii u's days were numbered. quite simply someone at nintendo dropped the ball on its original release. it didn't sell as expected and most third party developers dropped making games for it.
but there are already enough games to keep him occupied for a few years as he has his education to think about. i'll be honest i was in two minds about purchasing it. but, there was no way i was going to pay £350 for a ps4 plus £50 per game. he's 14!
i ordered it,cancelled it, ordered it, cancelled it and ordered ps3. cancelled that and finally did the decent thing. ps3 is so 2006.
well the price helped and now it is here i don't know why i was ever in two minds about it, and cannot comprehend why it's not selling as much as it should. it is an absolutely fabulous machine with eye popping HD capacity. the games i purchased are simply astounding in their realism. the gamepad is revolutionary and my kids haven't been off it the whole weekend. seriously, nintendo had a year headstart on ps4 and xbox one yet didn't capitalise on the next generation concept.
i'm hoping that nintendo, which as well as being the oldest games company in the world is still the fourth largest video games maker, will turn their fortunes round and more games will be developed by third party developers. if not, there are enough great games already out to keep us amused for a few years when inevitably it'll need upgrading anyway.
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