Nintendo is holding a press event for the Wii U on 13 September in New York City.
It looks like Nintendo will spills the beans about all things Wii U at the press event, including what we're hoping is more than just the launch date and price. We imagine that we'll also get a pretty good idea — if not a definitive list — of what the console's launch line-up will look like.
Nintendo chief operating officer Reggie Fils-Aime will be on hand to discuss the future of the console, and explain some of the other features that the Wii's successor will be packing in. Of course, you'll recall Nintendo's Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) 2012 presentation, which did seem a bit light on the Wii U news. That said, if Nintendo knocks it out of the park next month, all will be forgiven.
We got some hands-on time with a few Wii U titles at E3 this year, including what's likely to be a launch game, Batman: Arkham City Armored Edition.
The CNET crew will be covering next month's event live, so be sure to tune in for all the breaking news.