The Nintendo Wii U will sell at two different price points – $299 and $349 – and launch with 23 titles, including Super Mario Bros. U.
The device retails at two price points: $299 gets you a white Wii U with 8 GB of storage, a GamePad controller, and all the necessary accessories. $349, on the other hand, gets you a black Wii U with 32 GB of storage, the accessories and the controller, and a stand, a controller cradle, and the Nintendo Land video game, which the San Francisco Chronicle calls "both [an] introduction and tutorial for the new console."
Side note from the Horizons desk: Committed gamers are almost definitely better off opting for the $349 bundle, if only for the extra storage. If you play a lot of games, you're going to end up forking over a few bucks down the line for memory expansion anyway, right? Better to just get it over with now. Plus, the black "deluxe" console is pretty sweet, in our humble opinion.