Wii U

Wii U Accesories are coming, brace yourself

by Daniel VuckovicOctober 22, 2012

It’s time for a new console and you know what that means, new accessories to store, protect and jazz up your newest purchase. Japanese accessory makers and local company Blue Tongue have announced their first wave of accessories.

Blue Toungue’s will be available in most stores locally like they are already but you’ll likely have to import from Play-Asia or similar to get your hands on Japanese accessories. Just remember Japan gets the Wii U even later then us, so you might be waiting a little while for them.

So what kind of things can you buy then for your shiny new Wii U, Blue Tongue has a big batch of cases, and protectors for the Wii U GamePad itself. There’s even a licensed Mario one as well.

Blue Tongue

Officially licensed Super Mario Bros Starter Pack for Wii U.

RRP $29.95

Lightweight PVC glove encases the controller in a protective shield without adding weight or interfering with game play.

Officially licensed Wii U Game Essentials Kit   

RRP $39.95

Provides everything you need to enjoy your new controller and take the gaming experience on the go with your favourite games
Co-moulded silicone controller glove provides protection, comfort, and storage in an ergonomic grip

Kit Includes:

  • Silicone Controller Glove
  • 2 Replacement Styluses
  • Mini Screen Cleaner
  • Controller Case

Wii U Starter Kit 

RRP $24.95

Kit Includes:

  • Controller Case
  • Screen Protector Set
  • 3 Replacement Styluses
  • Screen Cleaner

Wii U Screen Protector Set  – $9.95

Wii U Polycarbonate Case –  $14.95

Wii U Silicon Glove  – $14.95

As for Japanese accessory makers such as Hori and Keys Factory they have a number, and that’s a big number of accessories coming. Lots of screen protectors, lots of cleaning cloths and even more silicon gloves and cases for the Wii U.

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  • Joffry
    October 23, 2012 at 8:45 am

    They do realise that the Wii U is not a portable, don’t they?

    • Burak H
      October 23, 2012 at 8:57 am

      I’m sure that they also realise that there a lot of stupid people out there that would buy this sort of superfluous junk. 😉

      • Super Man
        October 23, 2012 at 3:47 pm

        Some people also like to put their expensive gadgets inside cases to protect them when they’re not in use 😉

  • Burak Haliloglu
    October 23, 2012 at 4:11 pm

    I take good care of my things thankyouverymuch. The drawer will do me just fine. =P

    Of course, these sorts of accessories may come in handy for those who take their Wii Remotes (and eventually their Gamepads) over to a friends place if their friend doesn’t have enough controllers to go around though.

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