Nintendo Wii U

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Nintendo Wii U

Learn More about Wii U

Launched in November 2012, the Wii U is the first Nintendo console to feature HD graphics. Its unique GamePad controller features a touch screen, motion sensors and traditional game controls. The Wii U console might not be as powerful as the PS4 or Xbox One, but it costs less and has a big library of highly-rated games, including some of the biggest names in the world. Lots of Wii U games feature impressive 1080p graphics, including Smash Bros and Zelda: The Wind Waker HD.

Nintendo Wii U Console

Pack-in games: Mario, Zelda and more

There are loads of different Nintendo Wii U console bundles that feature pack-in games. Wii U bundle games have included Super Smash Bros for Wii U, New Super Mario Bros U, Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD, Splatoon and many more.

Some bundles with games include the 32GB Premium Wii U. Others include the 8GB Basic Wii U. With our filters, you can find your ideal Wii U bundle.

Wii U GamePad

The Wii U GamePad features a 6.2” touch screen that allows you to keep playing while someone else is watching TV. The GamePad features standard game controls too, with almost the same layout as PlayStation and Xbox.

Nintendo Wii U Gamepad
Nintendo Mario Character Amiibo

Nintendo characters come to life with amiibo

Nintendo characters are loved by lots of gamers, so the amiibo range of figures was always going to be popular. As well as adding new content to games like Smash Bros and Mario Kart, amiibo are pretty fun too. Some Wii U bundles include amiibo figures – so make sure to check our Wii U deals.

Great for multiplayer fun

You can use all your old Wii controllers with Wii U, including Wii Remotes and Wii Classic Controllers and Gamecube controllers too! So get four friends together for Mario Kart multiplayer – or up to eight with Smash Bros – and you're all set. Wii U is backwards compatible with your old Wii games too.

Nintendo WiiMote

Wii U Technical Specifications

Console Style White (Basic) or Black (Premium)
Controller Wii U GamePad with integrated touchscreen and accelerometers
Storage Capacity 8GB (Basic) or 32GB (Premium)
Cloud Storage No
Cloud Streaming No
Required Internet Connection No
Second Screen Wii U GamePad
Mandatory Game Installs No
Used Game Fee No
Subscription Service No
CPU 1.24GHz Tri-Core IBM PowerPC "Espresso"
USB USB 2.0 x4
Optical Drive Game Discs Only
Connectivity Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n & Bluetooth 4.0
Backwards Compatible with Wii Yes
TV / A/V Hookups HDMI out port
What's Included in the PS4 Box Wii U system, GamePad, AC power cord, HDMI cable, GamePad charging cable and stand (Premium only)

Choose your Wii U bundle

The Nintendo Wii U is available in two varieties; premium and basic. The black Premium system has 32GB of storage, which is useful if you want to buy and download games from the Nintendo eShop. The Premium model also includes a GamePad charging cradle and other useful extras. The white Basic system has only 8GB of internal storage, so you can save fewer games on it. However, you can plug in an external hard disk for more storage space.

Black 32GB Premium or White 8GB Basic?

Get the 32GB Premium Wii U if you want a good amount of storage, or you prefer black, or you just like having the best. Get the 8GB basic Wii U if you want the cheapest Wii U bundle, or you prefer white, or you're comfortable buying and plugging in a USB hard disk.

Backwards Compatibility

Wii U is backwards compatible with almost all Wii games and accessories, so you'll be able to continue enjoying your favourite Wii experiences on Wii U.

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