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Regarding what you get when you buy a Wii

Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii / Wii U' started by Logik666, May 11, 2007.

  1. Logik666

    Logik666 Regular member

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    What doesn't come in the box?

    * The other half of the controller?

    * Memory card?

    What else am I gonna need to play Zelda? lol



    *LOGiK you stupid nOOB!*
     
  2. Daimao

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    you get a console
    wii sports game
    wiimote
    nunchuck
    sensor and cables


    wii games are saved in the wii's flash memory
    so you can play and save zelda after buying a wii and zelda
    you need to buy a classic controller for virtual console games
    you need to buy a gamecube controller/memorycard to play/save gamecube games
     
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    you planning on getting one logik?

    I finally saw Wii's in stock today at gamestop. I don't go there very often, so I don't know if it is common or not. But yeah, 3 boxes. I couldn't play the demo station because the ps3 and Wii were both down. So I had to settle for a quick round of fusion frenzy 2 and then headed to best buy. No Wii's there.
     
  4. Logik666

    Logik666 Regular member

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    Yep, on my way out to get one now.... hopfully.

    Thanks Daimoa.
     
  5. Logik666

    Logik666 Regular member

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    GOT IT! ;)

    The forth place I checked had 1. (Future shop.)

    Playin' the sports game now. Don't know what the hell my sister did with Zelda... she's not at home right now.... slightly pissed.


    I'll wait for the 30 warranty to run out then I'll rip it apart. lol
     
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    The warranty is actually 1 year
     
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    Logik666 Regular member

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    You sure, I'm in Canada, and I think the FutureShop guy said 1 month.

    Also, the Wii has a battery, I assume this is for the flash memory and to hold settings. Any other uses?



    Everyday I'm having to restrain myself from taking it apart... new toy. lol
     
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    it's only for the clock actually
    and some settings


     
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    you probably have one month to bring it back to futureshop
    but Nintendo's Warranty is 1 year and if you register your system then it gets extended for 3 months
     

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