Though Nintendo didn't announce any pricing details for games or the Wii U Pro Controller during its briefing this morning, word comes Nintendo will follow established pricing models for the two. First, Wii U games will see a $10 increase compared to their Wii brethren, and will cost $59.99 at retail, Kotaku reports. Here's the list of launch games available during the Wii U's launch window, which runs from console launch on November 18 until March 2013.

As for the Wii U Pro Controller, Nintendo's solution for more traditional controller-minded gamers, that'll cost a cool $49.99, Nintendo confirmed with Polygon. The dual-analog controller will be available alongside the Wii U when it launches in North America on November 18.

This article was originally published on Joystiq.