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1. EXTRA SNK Characters 2 - All About Illustrations
The large-format, full color book EXTRA SNK Characters 2 - All About Illustrations is in Japanese, but don't worry if you don't speak Japanese. This is an art book and the focus is all on the artwork.

2. Nintendo Wii U Console
The Nintendo Wii U Console is finally a Wii which stands shoulder-to-shoulder with the XBox 360 and PlayStation 3. It offers HD video and can still play old-style Wii games as well.

3. Selling your Used Wii Console
So you've finally upgraded to a Wii U, and you're ready to send your original Wii to a new home. What steps do you take before you send it off? And what are your best options for selling it?

4. Transferring from a Wii to a Wii U
If you're upgrading from a Wii to a Wii U, you'll want to move all your data from your old Wii system to your new Wii U system. Here is how you do it.

5. ZombiU Review - WiiU
A Zombie-based survival game on the Wii U, the aptly titled ZombiU makes interesting use of new technology to deliver some unique gameplay.

6. NintendoLand - WiiU
NintendoLand is a typical launch game for a new console - it features a wealth of mini-games that help to show off the capabilities of the Wii U controllers and system.

7. Rock Band Official Microphone Review
The Rock Band official microphone has a silver grill, the Rock Band logo on its shaft, and a nearly fifteen foot long cable. How does it perform?

8. Original Wii vs Wii U
If you're trying to decide between buying an original Wii and the Wii U unit, here is what you need to know about how the two compare.

9. New Super Mario Bros. U - Wii U
New Super Mario Bros. U for the Wii U brings together a wealth of Super Mario fun along with multiplayer challenges. A nice trip down memory lane.

10. Wii HDMI Connector
First, to be clear, a Wii does NOT output actual HDMI level signals. It only outputs 480. But this lets you plug your Wii into a HDMI plug at that quality level.



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