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23 Titles Set to Launch Alongside Wii U

Wii U

Earlier this morning, Nintendo has released a full list of games that will be available in time for the Wii U's North American launch. Highlighted by numerous first party titles, as well as a strong third party lineup, the initial batch of Wii U software appears to offer something for everyone.

Announced launch day titles, and their respective publishers, include the following:


Activision
* Transformers Prime
* Skylanders Giants
* Wipeout 3

Disney Interactive

* Disney Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two

Electronic Arts

* Fifa Soccer 13

Namco Bandai

* Tank! Tank! Tank!
* Tekken Tag Tournament 2 Wii U Edition

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Wii U Launch Details Revealed

Wii U (Black)

Following months of speculation, Nintendo has just announced the North American release date and pricing for the Wii U. At a brief preview event in New York, Nintendo President and COO Reggie Fils-Aime confirmed the following:

Wii U will launch on 11/18, and will ship in two editions

As was also the case in Japan, the Wii U will launch with two SkUs, a basic, white model with an 8gb SD card, and a deluxe, black model with a 32gb SD card. Both will include with the console, AC adapter, one Wii U gamepad, sensor bar, and cables. Additionally, the deluxe package will include NintendoLand packed in.

Wii U is backwards compatible

Wii U will be compatible will all Wii accessories, including the nunchuk, wii remotes, and wii balance board, and "most" Wii games.

Wii U is priced at $299.99 and $349.99, respectively

As widely anticipated, the Wii U starts as low as $299.99 for the basic model, and $349.99 for the Deluxe package.

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Xbox E3 2012 Press Event Wrap Up

Xbox E3 2012

Microsoft just concluded their annual E3 press conference, and has opened the expo guns blazing. They kicked things off by showcasing eight minutes of Halo 4 single player, which highlighted a new, as yet to be named enemy and new UI elements. Following the stage demo, Ubisoft took the stage to introduce the sixth entry in the Splinter Cell franchise; Splinter Cell: Blacklist. Following Sam Fisher's renegade stint in prior entries, he is now back in an official capacity, as the leader of forth echelon. Blacklist features Kinect support, co-op, and spies vs mercs mode, and will ship sometime next spring.

A teaser trailer for the just announced Gears of War prequel was unveiled. Now officially known as Gears of War: Judgement, expect more information to come soon. Later, Yusef Mehdi, head of Xbox Marketing and Strategy, took the stage to announce new media and entertainment partnerships for the Xbox 360, as well as expanded bing voice search functionality. Soon, Xbox users will be able to search by genre, and the functionality will be expanded to 12 new countries, including Mexico. Four new entertainment providers - out of an additional 35 - were revealed; Nickelodeon, Paramount, Machinima, and Univision. In addition, expanded sports offerings were revealed; NBA, NHL, and new Watch ESPN functionality. Beyond third party entertainment, as largely anticipated, Microsoft has officially nixed the Zune Branding. Soon, Zune Music will be renamed to Xbox Music, and like Zune, will retain the branding across PC, Tablets, Xbox, and Windows Phone.

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