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Wii UU, codenamed as Project Cocoa, is a ninth generation video game console, the successor to the Wii U, and Nintendo's seventh home console. It is the first Nintendo console capable of displaying up to 1440p high definition (HD) visuals, and utilizes a more robust online experience than its predecessor. The system's main controller, dubbed the Wii UU GamePad, features a 6.2-inch touch screen which can stream content from the console, allowing for playing away from TV, as well as asymmetrical gameplay.

A prototype of the system was revealed at Nintendo's 2016 E3 press conference, and was playable on the show floor. The system is fully backwards compatible with Wii and Wii U software and accessories. So far, the Wii UU has been released in six colors; white for the basic set, which includes the console, GamePad, stylus, an HDMI cable, an AC adapter for the console and the GamePad; black which is included in the Deluxe Set (known as the Premium Pack in Europe and Japan) which includes everything in the basic set as well as a copy of Nintendo Land, a stand for the GamePad as well as a charging cradle, and the Deluxe Digital Promotion (known as Nintendo Network Premium in Europe and Japan; you receive a $5 eShop code for every $50 you spend); transparent, red, green, and blue. A transparent Wii UU was shown in one video of Iwata Asks where the hardware of the Wii UU was being discussed, and it was a confirmed color.

It was released for November 18, 2017 in North America, November 30, 2017 in Europe and Australia; and December 8, 2017 in Japan.

Games

Main article: Wii UU/List of games

Launch Line-up

There were 23 games available when the system launched in North America:

  • Assassin's Creed: Fireblast (Ubisoft)
  • Batman: Arkham Darkness (Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment)
  • Call of Duty: ReShot (Activision)
  • Darksiders: Combat Arena (THQ)
  • Epic Mickey 3: Disneyland War (Disney Interactive Studios)
  • ESPN Sports Connection: Updated (Ubisoft)
  • FIFA 18 (Electronic Arts)
  • Game Party Champions: The Return (Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment)
  • Just Dance 2018 (Ubisoft)
  • Super Mario 4D Warriors (Nintendo)
  • Ninja Gaiden 4: Tokyo Tragedy (Nintendo)
  • Nintendo Land: Play It! (Nintendo)
  • Rabbids Land: Alive And Kicking (Ubisoft)
  • Scribblenauts: Time Runs Out (Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment)
  • SiNG Party: The Big SiNG-Off (Nintendo)
  • Skylanders: Battle City (Activision)
  • Sonic & All-Stars Racing: Countdown To The End (Sega)
  • Tekken Tag Tournam3nt (Namco Bandai)
  • Transformers: The Second Coming (Activision)
  • Warriors Orochi XY (Tecmo Koei)
  • Wipeout: Bad To The Bounce (Activision)
  • Your Shape: Fitness Evolved 2018 (Ubisoft)
  • ZombiU: Return Of The Zombie Mack (Ubisoft)

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