Nintendo organized one of its special Direct video streams for its Japanese fans earlier today and now a video of it has appeared online, showing off an unboxing of the Wii U done by the company’s president, Satoru Iwata.
Nintendo is preparing to debut the Wii U later this month around the world and it’s already shared a variety of details with fans.
Now, in order to show off even more new info about the Wii U, Nintendo organized a new edition of its Direct video conferences, in which the company’s president, Satoru Iwata, shows off the upcoming home console.
In the video above, which is sadly only in Japanese, Iwata unboxes the Wii U, presents its various accessories, and demonstrates its various features so that every interested customer can check out the device.
You can expect an English version of the video to be made available in the near future.