Well, one thing is for sure; Nintendo has once again turned heads and stirred up conversation about their newest console, the Wii U. Since the unveiling of the new console at E3 2011, the console has been highly discussed. People were wrapping their heads around the new gamepad that had a touch screen on it, and folks were also talking about the fact that Nintendo was doing an HD console. However, at the time of announcement not much info was available. Then E3 2012 came around, and we got a whole bunch of information. Nintendo talked a lot about when they were hoping to sell the console, but they never talked about the pricing. People were making speculations on what the price would be for the new console. This was debated on the Internet until September 12, the date of Nintendo’s Wii U Press Conference. It was here that Nintendo revealed that the console would drop in the US on November 18th. Furthermore, the system would come in two packages: A basic 8 gig model and a more impressive 32 gig bundle. Now with all of the eggs in Nintendo’s basket, people are still talking about and debating one major topic: Is this system the end for Nintendo? Some folk say yes, and others will tell you no. I fall into the “No” category myself.