The Wii U console has launched in Japan, and just like in North America and Europe, people were lined up all across the country to get the new Nintendo console. Japanese technology and video game trade magazine Famitsu got some photos of the launch across Japan, you can check them out below. The Wii U retails at $350 for the Basic set, and just over $400 for the Deluxe set — quite a bit more than in other territories. As for the Wii U Launch coverage, this pretty much concludes it. The console has officially launched in all territories, and we’re eagerly awaiting for the first official sales numbers.
Wii U launch in Japan
- Gamers bought Wii U for “fun factorR
- OlliOlli is first 3rd party cross-buy title on Wii U & 3DS
- Scalpers selling gold Mario amiibo for 700% markup
- Shadow Blade: Reload coming to Wii U
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