Tomorrow, Nintendo will be holding multiple events for Nintendo of Japan, Nintendo of Europe and Nintendo of America and will be answering some of the big questions about the Wii U. The most important of those questions are “When?” and “How Much?” for their newest console. Nintendo of Japan will start with an afternoon event (4 p.m. in Tokyo so about 3 a.m. in New York) and the company have revealed they will announce the Wii U’s price and release date. Nintendo of Europe and America will have their own events several hours later (3 p.m. in London and 10 a.m. in New York). America haven’t confirmed when the Wii U’s American launch date but say there will “new announcements about the Wii U.”
I’m going to assume that Wii U will be the least expensive of the next generation consoles as was the Wii was to its peers. I feel like I know as much as I need to know about the Wii U from this year’s E3 and I’m more interested in seeing what games will be released for it (that aren’t ports) and if they will utilities the Wii U’s game-pad in a new and interesting ways in their more hardcore titles. Or they can just waste its potential and just use it to make more party games.
To watch the live stream of this event you can watch it the official Wii U Facebook Page, but you must have the page “Liked” on your profile. The official Wii U page can be found here: http://www.facebook.com/#!/WiiU
Or the Nintendo.com site at this url: http://www.nintendo.com/wiiu
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