Nintendo confirmed that Wii U will launch in the U.S. on Sunday, November 18. The basic version of the console will cost $299 and will come with a white 8GB Wii U console, a GamePad, a sensor bar, AC adapters, and an HDMI Cable.

The Deluxe SKU has everything that the basic package has in a black color with 32GB of storage, charging cradles and a copy of Nintendo Land. It will also have a Deluxe Digital Promotion that will offer gamers some rebates for downloadable Wii U titles in the eShop.

Nintendo also revealed something called Nintendo TVii. It’s designed to be a personalized program guide merging content from Netflix, Amazon, Hulu Plus, TiVo DVR and live TV channels showing what’s available to watch and allowing you to start all this content from the GamePad and share info with friends.