This undated product image provided by Toys R Us shows the Wii U by Nintendo, Nintendo�s new two-screen gaming console and item on Toys R Us' "Hot Toy" list. Toys R Us, a Wayne, N.J.-based retailer is introducing a �hot toy� reservation program beginning Wednesday, Sept. 18, 2012. Under the system, Toys R Us will offer parents the opportunity to reserve the 50 toys on its �hot toy� list. (AP Photo/Toys R Us)

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