Nintendo Wii U FAQ V2.0 ~*READ BEFORE POSTING!*~

#51StarWarsfan1984Posted 11/24/2012 9:22:04 AMmessage detail
P_A_N_D_A_M_A_N posted...
StarWarsfan1984 posted...
I have an older TV, will I be able to hook up the Wii U or will I have to get a new TV first?


You can use the AV cables for the Wii on the Wii U if you have to. You'd have to buy these separately though as the Wii U only comes bundled with an HDMI cable.


I already have a Wii so no problem there.
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#52GalladetheGreatPosted 11/28/2012 1:26:18 PMmessage detail
That's good.
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#53GalladetheGreatPosted 11/28/2012 1:26:18 PMmessage detail
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#54IzemanPosted 12/4/2012 2:51:26 AMmessage detail
Actually Wii U supports HDD up to 3TB in size but will be formatted only to use 2. Even with a future, already announced patch compatibility will be extended to HDDs more than 3TB big, but still when formatted only 2TB will be usable as storage.
#55DemonFox1Posted 12/5/2012 3:40:16 AMmessage detail
Hello,

I never had a Classic Controller in my hands or saw it in use.

Do they really use a cable or are they wireless?
IF they use a cable do the really want us to use the 2 USB Ports in the front and the 2 USB Ports on the back of the WIi U? Would annoy me to hell if thats really the case.

If im totally wrong please correct me :)
#56SMASHKING84Posted 12/5/2012 1:21:44 PMmessage detail
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#57TaitaoPosted 12/10/2012 7:08:12 AMmessage detail
I despise to say this, Nintendo is a fail this generation for not including a lan port. Smh
Every modern motherboard out there has a lan port. A necessity to connect online.

No dvd/bluray playback - neutral
No standardized 1080p/60fps games - disappointing
Lack of many third party exclusives besides Bayonetta 2.

The positive sides are the wii bc and the new pro controller for me so far.

Will Nintendo revise the negative areas in future revisions?
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#58P_A_N_D_A_M_A_NPosted 12/11/2012 11:56:10 AMmessage detail
Taitao posted...
I despise to say this, Nintendo is a fail this generation for not including a lan port. Smh
Every modern motherboard out there has a lan port. A necessity to connect online.

No dvd/bluray playback - neutral
No standardized 1080p/60fps games - disappointing
Lack of many third party exclusives besides Bayonetta 2.

The positive sides are the wii bc and the new pro controller for me so far.

Will Nintendo revise the negative areas in future revisions?


Your "negatives" are picked at straws.
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#59Gaming KingPosted 12/11/2012 9:24:49 PMmessage detail
>Every modern motherboard out there has a lan port. A necessity to connect online.
>Misspelling "LAN."
>Implying you can't connect your Wii U with Wi-Fi and be just fine.

>Lack of many third party exclusives besides Bayonetta 2.
>Not realizing that Bayonetta 2 is a first party game.
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#60DTY3Posted 12/11/2012 10:06:40 PMmessage detail
DemonFox1 posted...
Hello,

I never had a Classic Controller in my hands or saw it in use.

Do they really use a cable or are they wireless?
IF they use a cable do the really want us to use the 2 USB Ports in the front and the 2 USB Ports on the back of the WIi U? Would annoy me to hell if thats really the case.

If im totally wrong please correct me :)


Classic Controllers (for Wii and Wii U) connect to Wiimotes, so no USB.

Wii U Pro Controllers (for Wii U) are wireless. You can USB charge them, however.
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