using extended gamepad battery in North American Wii U

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User Info: stop3

stop3
3 years ago#1
If I got an asian or european extended gamepad battery, would it work in a North American Wii U?

Thanks.

User Info: DeathSoul2000

DeathSoul2000
3 years ago#2
batteries are not, and cannot be region locked.

User Info: DeathSoul2000

DeathSoul2000
3 years ago#3
chargers are different, but not batteries.

User Info: DarkAdonis123

DarkAdonis123
3 years ago#4
A buddy of mine imported the Nintendo brand Japanese one. He hasn't reported anything negative back. If you don't mind third party, Nyko does make an extended battery for NA.
If Platinum was HAND drawn, she'd be on paper, fool. This is a video game. They just made her on screen, no "drawing" involved -Delano7 on BlazBlue

User Info: stop3

stop3
3 years ago#5
Thanks!

I rarely play long enough to run out of battery power. But when I do, it's a bummer!
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