What's In The Box:
Nintendo Wii U 32GB Console in Black.
Nintendo Wii U GamePad in Black.
Nintendo Wii U AC Adapter.
Nintendo Wii U GamePad AC Adapter.
Nintendo Wii HDMI cable (High Definition).
Nintendo Wii U Game Pad Stylus.
Nintendo Wii U Sensor Bar (Not Included).
Nintendo Wii U GamePad Cradle (May or May Not Be Included).
Nintendo Wii U GamePad Stand (May or May Not Be Included).
Nintendo Wii U Console Stand (Not Included).
The Wii U was originally released in two bundles: the Basic bundle and the Premium / Deluxe bundle. The Basic bundle contains a white Wii U with 8 GB of storage, a white and stylus and an HDMI cable, while the Premium / Deluxe contains a black Wii U with 32 GB of storage, a black GamePad and stylus, an HDMI cable, and adds a subscription, the game (except Japan), as well as stands for the console and controller and a (except Japan). The Wii U launched in North America priced at 299.99 for the Basic Set and US$349.99 for the Deluxe Set. The system was scheduled to launch on November 25, 2012 in Mexico, however, it was delayed to November 29. The system launched in Europe, Australia and South Africa, with European pricing set by retailers. The system launched in Japan priced at 26,250 for the Basic Set and 31,500 for the Premium Set.
The Wii U console is a refurbished unit but includes a full 1 year warranty from Nintendo. This Wii U 32GB isn’t technically a Deluxe console because it doesn’t come with the stands, but like Deluxe, you get two free games bundled in: Super Mario 3D World and Nintendo Land. As far as we know, these are digital pre-installed copies (bummer).
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