Summary: Great News. Today (4/30/2013) Nintendo released an update that resolved a lot of the problems that the Wii U had. My personal favorite is that you can now download and install games in the background and fully automatically. Yes, it should have been like that since the beginning. Three cheers! I've updated my review to reflect this new information.
Summary: There are a lot of places you can learn about the Wii U. So in the beginning of my review I'm going to talk about whether you want the regular or the deluxe. And I'm here to tell you: maybe you don't have to buy the deluxe. I've checked it out and here is the deal. The Deluxe gives you: 1) 24 GB more memory than a basic. Of course, you can add a cheap USB drive and duplicate this.
Summary: The product was ok but not exactly Nintendo Wii U was just a normal Nintendo Wii. Maybe some seller don't know well what they are selling. I brought this for my grandson and told me it is not Wii U.
Summary: I ordered this for a friend for her birthday but when she received it, I was informed (and then later shown) that there's two rather large holes on the amazon packaging, one of which I could literally fit my hand into which obviously leads me to believe someone has tried to tamper with it. I hope this is just a one off as this has never been an issue before.
Limited, but good, and has great potential... maybe.
Mr. J. McGuirk, Amazon
12 July 2013
Summary: PROS: Some great games, like Zombiu, Mario Bros, Batman Arkham City, and Lego City. Really enjoy these, and keep coming back to them. Great graphics, and the gamepad really does add to gameplay by acting as a second screen. Loads of potential too, and some more great games coming. Gamepad is great for surfing the web too. Miiverse is great for talking with others about a new game. CONS Not enough games!