Wii U

  • cuz399

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    Dec 31, 2012 7:06 PM GMT
    Does anyone else on Real Jock own the Wii U? What do you think of it? I, myself, find it awesome!
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    Dec 31, 2012 10:28 PM GMT
    Always have been a nintendo fan, but i don't own a Wii U and been dying to try it. It definitely has high potential for multiplayers. Especially great for entertaining guests and friends.
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    Jan 01, 2013 2:05 AM GMT
    bvanbelle9009 saidDoes anyone else on Real Jock own the Wii U? What do you think of it? I, myself, find it awesome!


    What do you find awesome about it? I have a Wii and thinking about the U but haven't heard any testimonials about it.
  • cuz399

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    Jan 02, 2013 7:02 PM GMT
    What I like about the Wii U is the graphics are fully HD, internet browsing is faster and the game pad can make webbrowsing private (who enjoys porn, an no, I have not looked up porn on the Wii U lol), the games like Nintendo Land Ninja Gaiden III, Zombie U, Pikmin 3, Assasins Creed 3, and Call of Duty Black Ops looks good enough to play, I can keep up with my favorite tv shows, movies and my sports teams, games have social interactions from the Mii Verse, I can have my own gaming profile, AND THERE ARE NO MORE FRIEND CODES!!!! Overall, I am happy with the Wii's successor. I am not so sure what Microsoft and Sony have to bring with next generation consoles, but I am looking forward to learn what makes this generation of home consoles unique.
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    Jan 04, 2013 1:44 PM GMT
    I just made a total impulse buy last night and got one. Went for a stupid skylanders figure for PS3 and walked out with the damn WII U system (and new Mario game of course!) I think the 0% financing got me....sigh

    Oh well...cant wait to hook that bitch up and try it out!
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    Jan 04, 2013 2:18 PM GMT
    0% financing for a gaming console? That's a new one for me! Either I have the cash to pay for it or I'm not buying it at all! Either way...have fun!
  • cuz399

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    Jan 08, 2013 3:18 PM GMT
    I purchased the Deluxe Version because I liked what the Deluxe Package had to offer than the Basic Package, and it actually turns out the Deluxe Package is cheaper to purchase. You get more memory, a $60 game, the charging cradle and gamepad stand that costs $20 seperate, and a Deluxe Digital Promotion (DDP) that gives $5 back for every $50 purchase in the eShop. I only have the game Nintendo Land, and this game alone is enough to get you started to experience some of the Wii U's capabilities in gameplay. Donkey Kong's Crash course uses the motion feature, Pikmin Adventures is a cooperative one to five player game with 4 people playing as Pikmin using the Wii Remote , and one person playing as Olimar using the game pad. Mario Chase has one person playing as Mario, and 4 people as Toads. The game pad features a map for person playing asMario to be notified where the toads are while the four toads rely on the tv screen to chase down Mario. In solo games, like F Zero and Yoshi's Kart, they appear to be challenging because you have to rely on both the gamepad and the tv screen; such as FZero has you relying on the game pad to drive on the course while the game pad has you relying on the tv to drive into tunnels, and Yoshi Kart has the tv screen displaying all the items you need to collect while the game pad is used to carefully draw the karts path to obtain all of the items. This is the only game I have played so far, but the game alone is enough to help someone understand some of the Wii U's game pad capabilities in game play. If I get the chance to rent Ninja Gaiden III, Assasin's Creed III, or Call of Duty Black Ops, I will inform you how their game play is. I hope some of these insights help out.