The home console comes in two versions, just like in Japan
Video game hardware maker Nintendo has announced that it will launch the new Wii U home console in North America on November 18, significantly earlier than the device will be offered on the Japanese home market.The company will also offer two flavors of the Wii U in North America, a basic package which includes the console, a GamePad and two AC adaptors, and a Premium one that comes bundled with a copy of NintendoLand, a mini-game connection that is specifically designed to show off the abilities of the new console.
The Basic version of the Wii U will sell for 299.99 dollars (232.4 Euro) while the Premium package will set players back 349.99 dollars (271 Euro).
The slate of games that will be available for launch includes: New Super Mario Bros. U, Lego City: Undercover and NintendoLand.
The company has not offered any details on how much the titles will sell for.