Gear up gamers! Nintendo has finally announced the launch of Wii U console in Japan on 8 December.
While the basic edition will cost 26,250 yen, a premium version will make you shell out 31,500 yen.
The main difference in the two versions of the Wii U is that the basic model has storage space of 8GB, the premium version has 32GB storage and an additional stands for the games machine and its touchscreen controller.
One of the newest features in the gaming console is the touchscreen that will give the players the ability to do in-game tasks. Such as checking their records or setting up of an explosive, while the main action continues on their TV screens.
This would definitely revolutionize their gaming experience, giving Nintendo an edge over other gaming devices and come back in the race of the gaming world.
After Nintendo's stock declining to 29% as of March with gamers having access to other gaming devices like Playstation or Xbox that are planning to come out with new versions for their games.
This step by Nintendo sure will help them regain their market in the gaming section.
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