I don't see any Wii U screen controllers at gamestop what happens if breaks?

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User Info: iliveforlife

iliveforlife
4 years ago#1
Do you have to buy a whole new system?

User Info: TheStarCore

TheStarCore
4 years ago#2
Send to Nintendo for a repair

User Info: OmegaBlades

OmegaBlades
4 years ago#3
You'd call Nintendo for a replacement.
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User Info: iliveforlife

iliveforlife
4 years ago#4
What the hell? Is there a lifetime warranty?

User Info: TheStarCore

TheStarCore
4 years ago#5
No.
Take care of it and it shouldn't break anyway.

User Info: Virus66

Virus66
4 years ago#6
TheStarCore posted...
No.
Take care of it sand it shouldn't break anyway.


This. Why would it break? If it is naturally defective, then it can get replaced for free. But if you step on it... why should Nintendo replace it because of your stupidity?
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User Info: drewh

drewh
4 years ago#7
iliveforlife posted...
What the hell? Is there a lifetime warranty?


So you're willing to go to Gamestop to buy a replacement, but are outraged at the fact that you'd have to spend money to get it replaced through Nintendo?
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User Info: knightimex

knightimex
4 years ago#8
It's a nintendo controller....
If it breaks on you then odds are you was actually trying to destroy it to begin with.

Nintendo stuff is built tough
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User Info: Sailor Goon

Sailor Goon
4 years ago#9
Theres absolutely no reason why Nintendo can't offer the ability to purchase a replacement controller. It's another moronic decision by a dimwitted company.
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User Info: FuNsH1nE

FuNsH1nE
4 years ago#10
My original controllers of Wii, PS3, and 360 all still work. I'm not too worried about my Wii U one.
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