New Zealanders will be asked to cough up NZ$470 for the Basic version of the Wii U.
The Basic bundle includes a white console, 8GB of internal memory, an HDMI cable, AC adapters and one Game Pad.
The Premium bundle will go for NZ$570. It includes the black, 32GB console, matching Game Pad, an HDMI cable, AC adapters, a stand, a charging dock, a sensor bar, Nintendo Land, and membership in Nintendo Network Premium Nintendo Network Premium rewards purchases from the eShop with points worth about 10% of the cover price, which can later be used for further eShop transactions.
Should you happen to be hopping the pond during the console’s launch, the Basic bundle goes for AUD$350 and the Premium will set you back AUD$430.
Nintendo’s first HD console launches in Australia and New Zealand on November 30. Release window software, tech specs and other assorted information can be found along with the European, Japanese and US Wii U launch details.
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