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Eorl
Brisbane, Queensland
8147 posts
Nintendo of Australia has today revealed their launch lineup in anticipation of tomorrows release of the Wii U, with the promise of 24 titles available for purchase, including Assassin's Creed 3, ZombiU and TANK! TANK! TANK!
he wait is almost over as 30th November marks the launch of the hotly anticipated Wii U™. The latest home console from Nintendo boasts more variety of gameplay than ever before. The console incorporates multiple unique features including the Wii U GamePad, which offers a second window into the videogame world. Many of the features that make Wii U unique in the gaming landscape can be seen in the 24 thrilling launch games which are to be made available to purchase as packaged games on the same day the Wii U console hits the market.

Launch titles include third-party heavy hitters such as FIFA 13 from Electronic Arts, Activision’s Call Of Duty®: Black Ops II and Ubisoft’s ZombiU™, as well as games developed by Nintendo such as Nintendo Land and New Super Mario Bros. U.
You can find the full list of the 24 launch titles over here.

For those looking at attending any of the midnight launches around the country, you can find our previous news post on the topic, including details on the three big parties happening in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. For those heading to Indooroopilly EB Games in Brisbane keep an eye out for myself and say hello!
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Deviouz
Melbourne, Victoria
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Can't wait, got one on pre-order!
07:09pm 29/11/12 Permalink
Tribal07
Brisbane, Queensland
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Apparently sales were not all that great in the states only selling 700,000 consoles (still a decent amount but not for america) I really do not see the appeal in the wii-u, but that is just me personally*shrugs*i was never a wii fan to begin with even though i had 2 consoles.
09:28am 30/11/12 Permalink
eski
Perth, Western Australia
1286 posts
The WiiU sales were actually only 400000, the other 300000 were wiis! Not a good sign.

The fact that noone is talking about them now also isnt a good sign, unless they're so awesome that all the people who bought one are busy playing games.
11:22am 30/11/12 Permalink
Eorl
Brisbane, Queensland
8157 posts
The WiiU sales were actually only 400000, the other 300000 were wiis! Not a good sign.The fact that noone is talking about them now also isnt a good sign, unless they're so awesome that all the people who bought one are busy playing games.

Mines updating and I'm working so can't really play it yet. That and I have to wait until next week to grab a pro controller and ZombiU. I will say though, the black console sure does attract dust.
11:55am 30/11/12 Permalink
eski
Perth, Western Australia
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I will say though, the black console sure does attract dust.


Lets hope thats not some kind of foreshadowing, my Wii ended up gathering rather a lot of dust too :P

I still havent cracked and rushed off to buy one...... yet
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