GQVikesFan posted...DQAbel posted...had it since midnight day one.
Thank you for the advice. Since you brought it up, how do I transfer all my Wii content to the Wii U? Do I need to buy a separate adapter for it?
Gamepad advice. And this will help greatly in the lastability department. Turn the Pad Brightness down to 2 and turn on the Battery Save feature in the Gamepad options. It makes quite a difference. You want to get in the habit of placing the pad down in the charger when not in use; though those settings will definitely save a lot of juice for those times you put it down and don't.
"because 'Clerks' is NINJA in itself." - Ninja Mask lessons by Vern Reid (http://houseofninja.com/tutorial.php)
I called Best Buy yesterday morning and asked if by some chance they had a deluxe Wii U in stock. To my surprise they had one left and they held it for me until I got off later that night. I picked up the system last night, set it up, and performed the system update which took roughly about an hour. Now, I am sitting here at work thinking of what game I will buy tonight after I get off..
You should get ZombiU. It is a great game.
If you like Mario that is another good choice.
Games like Scribblenauts, and non exclusives like Black Ops 2, Assassins Creed 3, and Sonic Racing are some other good choices.
DQAbel posted...GQVikesFan posted...DQAbel posted...had it since midnight day one.
you need to have the wii and wii u on at the same time internet connectionon and sd card. on wii u go to the wii channel run the tranfer app with sd in the wii u. then change to the wii download the transfer app from eshop channels. put sd card in wii run app. once downloaded go back to wii u and put the sd card in. your data will be transfered. you may have to reset your internet connection and redownload some games to wii u.
Dont buy unfinished games. wait for GOTY editions or super versions.