We’ve seen Wii U marketing material arrive in GameStop in the US last week, and now it’s spreading worldwide. Nintendo has supplied Australian video game stores with promotional material such as posters, game boxes, accessory boxes, and more. The photos below were spotted at an Australian EB Games store, and shows box art for several of the games, including Nintendo Land, ZombiU, LEGO City Stories, Scribblenauts, and more. There’s also a Wii U fact sheet, and placeholder boxes for the Wii U Pro Controller. According to the person who took the photos, there is also box art for a Need For Speed Most Wanted Wii U game. EA has yet to reveal anything regarding Need For Speed on the new Nintendo console. Last week it was revealed that GameStop stores in the US and UK were receiving Wii U promotional material from Nintendo. Stores in Japan have had them for since earlier this Summer.
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