Nintendo's next home console, the Wii U, will launch in New Zealand and Australia on 30 November.
Pricing has not been announced for New Zealand, but Australian pricing sees the Wii U with 8GB storage coming in at AU$350 (NZ$445), and the 32GB storage version at AU$430 (NZ$547).
The 32GB version also comes with a stand for the gamepad and console, a charging cradle for the gamepad, and the 'NintendoLand' pack of games that the company showed off at E3.
"The Wii U Premium Pack also features a reward programme called Nintendo Network Premium that grants points for digital purchases in Nintendo eShop," Nintendo Australia said in a statement.
"Valued at around 10% of the original Nintendo eShop price, this credit can be used against future purchases once you reach a minimum of 500 points."
Launch titles include FIFA 13
, Call of Duty: Black Ops 2
, Rayman Legends
, and New Super Mario Bros. U
Nintendo also announced that the sequel to Bayonetta
, creatively titled Bayonetta 2
, was coming and would be exclusive to the Wii U.
To see the full list of games coming for the Wii U, check out Nintendo's press release here
. For more info on the console, try our hands-on preview
from E3 in June.