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More Wii U details will come in the Fall, not before


9:30 AM on 06.29.2012
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Ever since the Wii U was officially unveiled, fans have been clamoring for a price point and a release date above all other details. Well, it looks like you're going to have to wait a little bit longer, as all of that info is allegedly going to be released this Fall.

Gematsu is reporting that a reliable investor broke the ice, and stated that Nintendo will announce everything after a stockholder's meeting later this year -- game updates are also set to be included in this announcement.

I'm really hoping that Nintendo Land is bundled with the console, as I plan on getting at least four games at launch -- I don't hate my wallet that much.

Wii U release date, price this fall [Gematsu]






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