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Nintendo Announces Three New Wii U Bundles For Europe

Posted on Thursday, October 10 @ 06:59:08 PST by Alex_Osborn

Nintendo has just announced three new Wii U bundles that will be made available in Europe just in time for the hustle and bustle of the holiday season.

The first, dubbed the "Mario & Luigi Premium Pack," will be made available on November 8th, and will include both New Super Mario Bros. U and New Super Luigi U, along with a black 32GB Wii U and GamePad.

Then, on November 15th, Nintendo will bring to market the "Wii Party U Basic Pack," which bundles a white 8GB console with Wii Party U and Nintendo Land. A Wii Remote Plus is packed in for good measure as well. 

Those looking to get their groove on will want to wait until November 22nd, when the "Just Dance 2014 Basic Pack" hits store shelves. Much like the "Wii Party U bundle," this value pack includes a white 8GB console, a Wii Remote Plus, and Nintendo Land. The only difference here is that a copy of Just Dance 2014 is included instead of Wii Party U.

Do you think Nintendo stands a chance against the likes of Sony and Microsoft this holiday season? Will the launches of Xbox One and PS4 leave Wii U in the dust? Let us know in the comments below.
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