After much speculation and only a few hints as to what we should expect, Nintendo finally offered up details on the Nintendo Network ID and Wii U's video chat functionality during a recent Japanese Nintendo Direct.
Satoru Iwata began the live-stream by giving fans a look at what comes inside the Wii U Deluxe bundle, during what he called the “official pre-release unboxing ceremony” (Sometimes I think he's a bigger fan of Nintendo than we are). You can see it all after the break!
As you can see the Deluxe Set comes full of extra goodies, including an Hdmi cable – something that should come with everything that plugs into an HDTV these days. Here in the States the Wii U Deluxe will also come with a charging cable for the GamePad, the consoles necessary power supply, a charging dock for the GamePad and a stand for the GamePad. Nintendo Land »
- Don Hatfield
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