Nintendo's new console offers HD visuals and a touchscreen controller, and launches with 24 games, including New Super Mario Bros U and Nintendo Land.
After 55% of Digital Spy users said they were unhappy with the launch prices earlier this year, we want to know if you're now picking up the console, whether on day one or before the end of the year.
Gallery - the day one launch lineup for Wii U:
Copyright: NintendoComing in three bundles, the basic pack includes a white Wii U console with 8GB of memory (around £250).
Meanwhile the Premium comes in black with 32GB of memory, a copy of Nintendo Land, charging cradles and a Nintendo Network Premium membership (around £300).
Finally, the Zombi U bundle is the same as the Premium pack but replaces Nintendo Land with Ubisoft's survival horror title Zombi U.
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Nintendo recently released adverts that will promote the console's features and launch title Nintendo Land.
The Wii U is available now in North America, selling 400,000 systems in its first week of release.
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