Traveling with the Wii U?

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User Info: ZeroWolfWriter

ZeroWolfWriter
3 weeks ago#1
Should I, since I move around a lot, take my Wii U with me so I would have more of an array of games to play (Then just my 3DS)? Even if I bring one or two games with it.

Pros and Cons.

User Info: Ben111

Ben111
3 weeks ago#2
Sure. Why not?
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User Info: ZeroWolfWriter

ZeroWolfWriter
3 weeks ago#3
Ben111 posted...
Sure. Why not?


The only real 'reason' why I don't is because I don't have a 'case' for the console and the gamepad. Or does the console, not gamepad, have its own case?
Though I feel bad that I don't play my games since I bought them! (One of which is Breath of the Wild.)

User Info: desaigamon

desaigamon
3 weeks ago#4
ZeroWolfWriter posted...
The only real 'reason' why I don't is because I don't have a 'case' for the console and the gamepad. Or does the console, not gamepad, have its own case?

It's small enough that you could probably fit it in a laptop bag. You could also stuff it in a backpack or suitcase. I don't think there was an "official" carrying case for the Wii U, but you could always use something else.
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User Info: TC2Kevin

TC2Kevin
3 weeks ago#5
I take mine whenever I go to a family member’s house as I’m the only one in the family who owns one. I just use a small bag around the size of a laptop bag. It travels well.
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User Info: Gargomon251

Gargomon251
3 weeks ago#6
Here's a tip, make sure you wrap the gamepad in a towel or something to ensure the screen doesn't get scratched in storage.
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User Info: kidrobot

kidrobot
3 weeks ago#7
Gargomon251 posted...
Here's a tip, make sure you wrap the gamepad in a towel or something to ensure the screen doesn't get scratched in storage.

this
or do what i do and buy one of those laptop bags/cases
its a perfect fit and some also have another compartment inside to store games/cables

and for you question TC
are you talking about moving around alot permanently?
or as in, youre always traveling/business trips?
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User Info: Gargomon251

Gargomon251
3 weeks ago#8
kidrobot posted...
Gargomon251 posted...
Here's a tip, make sure you wrap the gamepad in a towel or something to ensure the screen doesn't get scratched in storage.

this
or do what i do and buy one of those laptop bags/cases
its a perfect fit and some also have another compartment inside to store games/cables

even with a laptop case, I wouldn't trust it without something to protect the exposed screen.
I'm sick of off topic threads and abusive mods.
u/Gargomon251

User Info: kidrobot

kidrobot
3 weeks ago#9
Gargomon251 posted...
kidrobot posted...
Gargomon251 posted...
Here's a tip, make sure you wrap the gamepad in a towel or something to ensure the screen doesn't get scratched in storage.

this
or do what i do and buy one of those laptop bags/cases
its a perfect fit and some also have another compartment inside to store games/cables

even with a laptop case, I wouldn't trust it without something to protect the exposed screen.

well ive been doing it for 3 years now and nothings happened
just depends on the protection level and how he treats his stuff while traveling
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User Info: Yeto_Reacher

Yeto_Reacher
3 weeks ago#10
kidrobot posted...
Gargomon251 posted...
kidrobot posted...
Gargomon251 posted...
Here's a tip, make sure you wrap the gamepad in a towel or something to ensure the screen doesn't get scratched in storage.

this
or do what i do and buy one of those laptop bags/cases
its a perfect fit and some also have another compartment inside to store games/cables

even with a laptop case, I wouldn't trust it without something to protect the exposed screen.

well ive been doing it for 3 years now and nothings happened
just depends on the protection level and how he treats his stuff while traveling

I will be traveling soon and plan on playing in my hotel room. I am going to try bubble wrapping the wii u pad as thaf is my biggest concern.
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