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Nintendo Wii U: New bundles coming to the UK in November

Nintendo has announced that three new Wii U bundles will be available in the UK from November.

Attempting to boost sales of its struggling next-gen console, there will be new Wii U bundles available from retailers next month.

Launching first on November 8 is the Mario & Luigi Premium Pack. It will include a black premium Wii U console with 32GB of internal storage and a black Wii U GamePad. Of course, you’ll also get a single disc containing both the New Super Mario Bros. U and New Super Luigi U games as well.

The second new Wii U bundle, the Wii Party U Basic Pack, will be released on November 15. Offering the basic white Wii U console with 8GB of storage, white Wii U GamePad and Wii Remote Plus controller, consumers will also get Wii Party U and Nintendo Land game discs.

Finally, the Just Dance 2014 Basic Pack Wii U bundle will contain the basic white Wii U console, GamePad and Wii Remote Plus controller and the Sensor Bar. The bundle will also come with disc versions of Just Dance 2014 and Nintendo Land when it becomes available on November 22.

Nintendo has yet to reveal pricing details for any of the above bundles, and retailers haven’t even got listings for them at the time of writing.

However, there are two Wii U bundles already available to buy from several retailers. For £249.99, there’s The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker HD Premium Pack, which offers a digital copy of the game, the black 32GB Wii U console and a special black Zelda GamePad.

For the same £249.99, gamers can purchase the Lego: City Undercover Premium Pack. It offers the 32GB Premium Wii U console, black GamePad and a physical copy of the game.

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Via: CVG

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