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Nintendo is releasing a Wii U Family Premium set. And hey, it looks like a bargain.

The 32GB Wii U comes packed with New Super Mario Bros. U, Wii Party U, a Wii Remote Plus, a thirty day pass for Wii Karaoke U, and a Sensor Bar. The bundle is available in white or black, and it goes on sale on October 31 in Japan for 32,800 yen (US$331).

By comparison, the regular Wii U Premium Set costs 31,500 yen ($318), which makes this an attractive offer.

There's also a Wii Fit U bundle that is similar to the above bundles, but also comes with Wii Fit U and a Wii U Fit Meter. It does not include a Balance Board. This bundle is also out on October 31 in Japan, but is priced at 34,800 yen ($351).

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Family Set [Nintendo]

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