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Mario Kart 8 getting cool accessories in Japan

Nintendo will offer some cool accessories in Japan for the upcoming Wii U racing game .

This accessory lets you play your Wii U in the car [VIDEO]

A new accessory lets you play the Wii U in your car!

Test of Wii U screen protectors

New video shows a comparison test between the different Wii U screen protectors on the market.

Applying the Wii U NES decals on your Wii U [VIDEO]

An instructional video on how to apply the new NES decal stickers on your Wii U console.

Make your Wii U look like a NES

Now you can retro-fit your Wii U with an NES skin.

Nyko releasing Wii U GamePad battery extender

Third party GamePad battery will double the play-time, according to manufacturer.

Wii U daily’s Wii U launch guide

Our complete Wii U launch guide has everything your need for the Wii U launch.

Wii U GamePad has special port for controller accessories

Nintendo has equipped the GamePad with a special port for future Wii U controller accessories.

Wii U Wiimotes have external sync button

New Wiimotes for the Wii U feature design improvements such as an external sync button.

Hori reveals new Wii U accessories for the Japanese market

Accessory maker Hori reveals a lineup of Wii U accessories for the Japanese market.

More third party Wii U Pro controllers revealed

New third party Wii U Pro controller comes in 5 flavors and will retail at $35, according to rumors.

Wii U Pro controller battery life lasts 80 hours

You’ll get a lot of gaming out of a Wii U Pro controller, up to 80 hours on a single battery charge.

Third party Wii U Pro controller revealed

Third party SNES-themed Wii U Pro controller has been revealed in Australia, will be available on launch day.

Nintendo reveals Wii U branded Wiimotes, plus Pro controller box

Wiimotes and other accessories getting Wii U treatment later this year.

Wii U games to cost $60, Pro controller to cost $50

Pro controller and Wii U games have been officially priced for the North American market.

Wii U game developers not required to use MotionPlus

While the Wii U supports the Wiimote with Motion Plus, Nintendo isn’t forcing developers to use the new technology.

Third party Wii U accessories revealed

Wii U charging stations, steering wheels, stands, skins, and a lot more stuff.