Nintendo To Talk Software at E3, No Release Date or Price For Wii U
There are three big topics people really want to find out about when it comes to the Wii U. Those are the release date, the price and the games that will be available on launch day. Today Nintendo of Japan announced they will be talking about the software lineup that will be available for the system. However, they had the following to say about release date and price:
“Please also be advised that, as we did for previous platforms that were launched in the year-end sales season, we will announce the launch date and price in each market sometime after E3.”
The information comes straight from Nintendo and I’m a little disappointed, but not surprised. The company did the exact same thing for the Wii and the 3DS. I seem to remember during the lead up to the Wii that E3 showcased a lot of the games and features for the system, but it wasn’t until September when we finally heard when the system would be available and how much it was going to cost.
The information we’ll probably get is that it will launch during the holiday season and that it will be less than $300.