While we've known about the Wii U since E3 2011, at this year's Electronic Entertainment Expo we got to see exactly what Nintendo is planning for its new console and what games we can expect. But it seems like there are more questions than answers as speculation runs rampant on exactly how much the Wii U will cost and when we can expect to take one home.
During the Nintendo keynote presentation, Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime debuted NintendoLand, one of the launch titles for the system. The game, which brings together multiple Nintendo worlds in an amusement park, is meant to really showcase what the Wii U is capable of. Nintendo did the same thing at the launch of the Wii, when it was Wii Sports that best demonstrated how to use a Wiimote.
Fils-Aime announced the launch of NintendoLand to be coming at the same time as the Wii U, during "Holiday 2012." That certainly narrows down the launch window, but gamers likely want something more specific.
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