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The '''Wii U''' ({{IPAc-en|icon|ˌ|w|iː|_|ˈ|juː}}) is a [[video game console]] from [[Nintendo]] and the successor to the [[Wii]].<ref name="codename">{{cite web|url=http://wii.ign.com/articles/116/1162045p1.html|title='Wii 2' Codenamed 'Project Café'|date=2011-04-15|publisher=IGN|accessdate=2011-04-16}}</ref> The system was unveiled during Nintendo's press conference at the [[Electronic Entertainment Expo 2011]] on June 7, 2011, and was released on November 18, 2012 in North America. The system is scheduled for release on November 30, 2012 in Europe and Australia, and December 8, 2012 in Japan.<ref>{{cite news|url=http://www.metro.co.uk/tech/games/888470-wii-u-confirmed-for-europe-this-year|title=Wii U confirmed for Europe this year|newspaper=Metro}}</ref><ref name=pricerelease>{{cite web|url=http://wiiu.dcemu.co.uk/wiiu-price-and-release-date-announced-491879.html| title=WiiU Price and Release Date Announced| publisher=WiiU News | date=2012-09-13 | accessdate=2012-09-13}}</ref> It is the first entry in the [[History of video game consoles (eighth generation)|eighth generation of video game home consoles]].<ref>{{cite news|title=Nintendo's New Wii U Wows at E3, and Changes Gaming Forever…|url=http://singularityhub.com/2011/06/07/nintendos-new-wii-u-wows-at-e3-and-changes-gaming-forever-again/|accessdate=June 11, 2011|newspaper=Singularity Hub}}</ref><ref>{{cite news|title=Nintendo's Project Cafe: Will Gamers Feel The Buzz?|url=http://www.businessinsider.com/nintendos-project-cafe-will-gamers-feel-the-buzz-2011-5|accessdate=June 11, 2011|newspaper=Business Insider}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|title=Weekend Hot Topic, Part 2: Xbox 720 and PlayStation 4|url=http://www.metro.co.uk/tech/games/864607-weekend-hot-topic-part-2-xbox-720-and-playstation-4|publisher=Metro.co.uk|accessdate=June 11, 2011}}</ref>
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'''Nintendo Wii U''' or just known as the '''Wii U''' ({{IPAc-en|icon|ˌ|w|iː|_|ˈ|juː}}) is a [[video game console]] from [[Nintendo]] and the successor to the [[Wii]].<ref name="codename">{{cite web|url=http://wii.ign.com/articles/116/1162045p1.html|title='Wii 2' Codenamed 'Project Café'|date=2011-04-15|publisher=IGN|accessdate=2011-04-16}}</ref> The system was unveiled during Nintendo's press conference at the [[Electronic Entertainment Expo 2011]] on June 7, 2011, and was released on November 18, 2012 in North America. The system is scheduled for release on November 30, 2012 in Europe and Australia, and December 8, 2012 in Japan.<ref>{{cite news|url=http://www.metro.co.uk/tech/games/888470-wii-u-confirmed-for-europe-this-year|title=Wii U confirmed for Europe this year|newspaper=Metro}}</ref><ref name=pricerelease>{{cite web|url=http://wiiu.dcemu.co.uk/wiiu-price-and-release-date-announced-491879.html| title=WiiU Price and Release Date Announced| publisher=WiiU News | date=2012-09-13 | accessdate=2012-09-13}}</ref> It is the first entry in the [[History of video game consoles (eighth generation)|eighth generation of video game home consoles]].<ref>{{cite news|title=Nintendo's New Wii U Wows at E3, and Changes Gaming Forever…|url=http://singularityhub.com/2011/06/07/nintendos-new-wii-u-wows-at-e3-and-changes-gaming-forever-again/|accessdate=June 11, 2011|newspaper=Singularity Hub}}</ref><ref>{{cite news|title=Nintendo's Project Cafe: Will Gamers Feel The Buzz?|url=http://www.businessinsider.com/nintendos-project-cafe-will-gamers-feel-the-buzz-2011-5|accessdate=June 11, 2011|newspaper=Business Insider}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|title=Weekend Hot Topic, Part 2: Xbox 720 and PlayStation 4|url=http://www.metro.co.uk/tech/games/864607-weekend-hot-topic-part-2-xbox-720-and-playstation-4|publisher=Metro.co.uk|accessdate=June 11, 2011}}</ref>
   
 
The Wii U is the first Nintendo console to support [[High-definition video|high-definition]] [[Video game graphics|graphics]], capable of producing video output up to [[1080p]], and has 2&nbsp;[[Gigabyte|GB]] of [[RAM]] with half dedicated to the console's [[operating system]].<ref>{{youtube|eBE-IxjCm0Y|Nintendo Direct Japan 9/13/12 | 任天堂ダイレクト日本9/13/12}}</ref> The console was released in two versions: a "Basic" white-colored version with 8&nbsp;GB of internal [[Flash memory|Flash]] storage; and a "Deluxe"/"Premium" black-colored version with 32 GB of Flash storage, which includes stand and docks. An [[HDMI]] cable is included with both versions.<ref name=pricerelease /> The Wii U's primary [[Gamepad|controller]] is the [[Wii U GamePad]], which features an embedded [[touchscreen]]. The touchscreen is used to supplement the main gameplay shown on the [[television]] or, with supported games, can allow the player to continue playing games by displaying the main gameplay even when the television is off. In addition to the Wii U GamePad, a more traditional controller, called the [[#Wii U Pro Controller|Wii U Pro Controller]], may be used.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.gamenguide.com/articles/1943/20120605/nintendo-wii-u-pro-controller-e3.htm|title=Nintendo Unveils Wii U Pro Controller before E3, Wireless but No Touch Screen|date=June 5, 2012|publisher=GameNGuide}}</ref>
 
The Wii U is the first Nintendo console to support [[High-definition video|high-definition]] [[Video game graphics|graphics]], capable of producing video output up to [[1080p]], and has 2&nbsp;[[Gigabyte|GB]] of [[RAM]] with half dedicated to the console's [[operating system]].<ref>{{youtube|eBE-IxjCm0Y|Nintendo Direct Japan 9/13/12 | 任天堂ダイレクト日本9/13/12}}</ref> The console was released in two versions: a "Basic" white-colored version with 8&nbsp;GB of internal [[Flash memory|Flash]] storage; and a "Deluxe"/"Premium" black-colored version with 32 GB of Flash storage, which includes stand and docks. An [[HDMI]] cable is included with both versions.<ref name=pricerelease /> The Wii U's primary [[Gamepad|controller]] is the [[Wii U GamePad]], which features an embedded [[touchscreen]]. The touchscreen is used to supplement the main gameplay shown on the [[television]] or, with supported games, can allow the player to continue playing games by displaying the main gameplay even when the television is off. In addition to the Wii U GamePad, a more traditional controller, called the [[#Wii U Pro Controller|Wii U Pro Controller]], may be used.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.gamenguide.com/articles/1943/20120605/nintendo-wii-u-pro-controller-e3.htm|title=Nintendo Unveils Wii U Pro Controller before E3, Wireless but No Touch Screen|date=June 5, 2012|publisher=GameNGuide}}</ref>
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