Two new Wii U bundles have been unveiled by Nintendo of Japan, each containing games, accessories and a subscription to the console's new Karaoke service.
Both bundles include the 32GB Premium Wii U model - now in either white and black flavours - plus a sensor bar, Wii Remote Plus and 30 days of Karaoke access, GoNintendo reported.
The cheaper of the two bundles (priced 32,800 yen, about £206) includes New Super Mario Bros. U and Wii Party U.
The more expensive (34,800 yen, about £220) includes New Super Mario Bros. U and Wii Party U, Wii Fit U and a Wii Fit Meter (but not a Balance Board).
All games arrive pre-installed on the console hardware.
"This is a Japanese announcement and Nintendo Europe has nothing to announce at this time," a Nintendo UK spokesperson told Eurogamer this morning.
Europe's own recently-announced bundles include a Premium console with a digital copy of either Lego City Undercover or Zelda: Wind Waker HD - both cost £249 at GAME and launch next month.