Nintendoland is the next game that will be included with the next Nintendo Console. Well at least with the Deluxe set of the Wii-U. Wii-U goes on sale on 11/18! And for the first time ever Nintendo will be releasing 2 versions of its hardware for the first time in HISTORY! Want to know what is the difference between the two? Well lets start off with the Basic Set, which is what the folks at Nintendo are calling it.
The Basic Set includes the Wii-U Console and GamePad in white, 8 Gigs of Internal Memory, AC adapters, HDMI cable and a sensor bar with a $299.99 MSRP.
The Deluxe Set includes everything in the Basic Set with black hardware, plus Nintendo Land, the Wii-Uconsole stand, a GamePad cradle, and additional storage memory with a $349.99 MSRP. Note that the Deluxe Set will have 32 Gigs of Memory rather than 8!
In Japan, Nintendo is offering Deluxe/Premium Set adopters a 10% discount on all digital content purchased from its online Wii-U store, as well as 500 points to start with, redeemable through a pre-paid code included with the package.
The 10% discount will be valid until the end of December, 2014, we hope to see the same idea for all gamers across the globe! Heres to keeping our fingers Crossed!
With that said what version of Wii-U will you be tempted to buy? Or are you going to wait for the next wave of consoles from Microsoft or Sony? Sound off in the Comment section below!