Nintendo's first high-definition console is expected to start at US$300.
Nintendo Wii U out for Christmas
Get set for a renewed interest in Italian plumbers at the end of the year, as Nintendo has announced its latest game console will be landing on shop shelves this November.
The Wii U, Nintendo's first high-definition console, will supposedly start at US$300 (Dh1,101), although how much it will be in the UAE remains to be seen, with a deluxe version featuring a charging stand available for $50 more.
And taking full advantage of the console's game-changing new GamePad is New Super Mario Bros U, which will be available with the launch, in which players can stun enemies or create stepping stones for the character.