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Here is the Wii U menu music (and more)

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The Wii’s Mii Maker music is now in your head.

I bet most of you are now humming that catchy tune, right? The best part of any new Nintendo system is its fun operating-system music. With the Wii U out in exactly one week, Nov. 18, the staff over at Zelda Power went into the console and uploaded all the console’s musical tracks, and they are just as funky as ever.

Jazzy. Tropical. Soothing. And yes, I am dancing to it as I type this. Shouldn’t you be dancing also?

You can download all of the music in the versatile MP3 format from here. If you’d rather just sample the music, here is a link to each song on YouTube:

Boot Up
New Account
Account Select
Loading
Home
Mii Maker (Part 1)
Mii Maker (Part 2)
Settings
Activity Log
Parental Controls
Notifications

Nintendo’s Wii U is the company’s first high-definition console. It features a tablet-like controller. The system debuts on November 18 with a $299.99 standard model that has 8GB of storage and a $349.99 deluxe version with 32GB and the Nintendo Land game packed in. Be sure to read our easy-to-understand Wii U explanation feature and look out for our review of the hardware before the end of the week.


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