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Wednesday, 07 November 2012 20:39

Nintendo Wii U gets official unboxing

Written by Slobodan Simic

Wii U

None other than President Satoru Iwata


Although the official release date is set for November 18th and first review units are already on their way to selected journalists and site around the world, Nintendo has decided to hold its own official unboxing ceremony led by none other than Nintendo's President Satoru Iwata.

The "unboxing ceremony" below was also the first time Nintendo's president got to see the actual box of the Wii U Premium Pack and is certainly impressive. Nintendo's President was more than happy to do the unboxing in a pair of white gloves that, according to him, makes him feel like Mario.

In case you were wondering what comes inside the Nintendo Wii U Premium Pack, be sure to check out the video below. Of course, we have been and certainly will hear a lot more about Wii U as we draw closer to the launch date set for 18th of November.

(Via Engadget.com)

Last modified on Thursday, 08 November 2012 09:58

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