Nintendo has confirmed that their upcoming ‘next-gen’ console will launch in Europe on November 30th, while the US launch date has been set as November 18th. European prices will not be set, allowing retailers to fight for the cheapest price point, similar to what they did with the 3DS for it’s EU launch.

In North America however, the console has been priced. Nintendo has given an RRP of $300 for the basic model console, which contains a measly 8GB of storage – not suitable for anyone who wants to download games – and $350 for the premium model which has 32GB of storage (still a little on the small side), along with a stand, a copy of Nintendoland and an incentive which allows you to gain points back from Nintendo eShop purchases.

More details as they come…