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PB & Jason Issue 101: Forest of Illusion

Not my trick, Michael...

...It's my illusion!  But really, this PB & Jason is about the Wii U. There's no two ways about it. If you're just looking for flat-out details on the Wii U, check out PixlBit's news post, but if you want some color commentary on the entire deal, you're looking for this Week's PB & Jason! Click through for the download and streaming links!

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Joaquim Mira Media Manager

09/14/2012 at 03:16 PM

Your Producer is the best.

That's not true about Call of Duty. You can easily pick any of these titles at anytime, and develop yourself to the point you're at equal footing with everyone else.

I would get the basic set if it weren't for the digital purchase discount offer from the deluxe set. I'm not 100% interested in Nintendo Land because I don't have anyone to play with other than with online people. I would even be fine with just bots.

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Jason Ross Senior Editor

09/14/2012 at 11:48 PM

I should note that since recording this, it's been confirmed that the Wii U Pro controller does have a rechargeable battery, so at least it has that. I wonder if I can get 10% back in points from buying that sucker.

Really, though, I think it'll probably see a bundle of some sort pretty quickly, so I'll likely wait for that.

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