Nintendo is ramping up Wii U advertising for the holidays, and one of the new ads pitches the Wii U and Wii Sports Club. The 30-second TV spot shows the “average family” (if such a thing exists), where the kids convince the parents to get a Wii U by pitching the new Wii Sports Club game. The TV ad also reveals the new $299 Wii U bundle which includes two games — New Super Mario Bros U and New Super Luigi U.
There’s another, similar ad, where kids conspire to get their parents to buy them a Wii U (which aired last week). Check it out, and let us know what you think of Nintendo’s new TV ads for the Wii U. And don’t be too harsh — these are aimed at the very casual gamer and their parents, and will likely air during the day, sandwiched between the soap operas, targeting all the housewives out there.
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