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Before I get started, please turn to the Wii U Info and Discussion Thread and then come back here when you are getting ready to buy the Wii U, because I have some must have information on the Wii U before you buy it, and before and after setting it up. After that go to the Official Wii U ID Exchangeto go crazy and all of your fellow Gamespotters who own their own Wii U!
*I plan on making this a topic on the Wii U forums on here but first I want to get premission from the moderators, so please dont steal my idea*
*mods (if you give me permission to make this a topic on the Wii U forum, please sticky it*
*Game discussion, hype, news, hate, etc as well as off-topic discussion also should be avoided in this topic*
What you need to know before and after getting the Wii U
Before buying either verson of the console
So, you've decided that the Wii U interest you, and or you believe your family, friends, and or co-workers would really love to make the Wii U part of their gaming hobby. Here is what you need to know Before and after buying.
Where can I find the console and how much will it cost?
Setting up your Wii U
Great! So now that you have bought the Wii U and hopefully unboxed it, here is what you need to do to set it up
Day one patch, please read this atleast
Playing the Wii U and using its OS. What you need to know:
What about memory expansion?
I currently have two computers that I use for pretty much everything, with limited gaming being around Minecraft and a chat client program that alot of people seem to think is a game.
Something that should be noted is that both computers are prebuilt and were bought at Costco.
Computer One (the oldest):
- Windows Vista Home Premium
- Service Pack 1
- Manufacturer: Gateway
- Model: SX2800
- Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Quad CPU Q8200 @ 2.33 GHz 2.34 GHz
- Memory (Ram): 4 GB
- System Type: 64-bit Operating System
- Internet provider: Verison
- Fiber Optic (Fios)
- 2 Computers via either net/ and 2 consoles (360 and Wii) and 1 portable (3DS) are hooked up to the router wirelessly
- Fios Router is-
- Verison branded
- Actiontec MI424WR Rev. 1
- Fuller specs coming soon, just need to figure them out.
- Other things to note about this computer:
- Java Script is broken/ can not update
- The SD card slot does not work
- DVD drive sometimes has trouble opening
- hasnt been properly cleaned recently
Something that should be noted Java script isnt broken, its just really old, Im guessing its not really broken since Minecraft works (though barely, especially after the Minecraft verson 1.3.1 update)
Computer Two (Newest) specs coming soon.
- Windows Vista Home Premium
"Let's Play" is a term used on video sharing sites (such as youtube.com) by 'Let's Players,' they are people who record themselves playing through video games. Generally from the very begining of the video game's story to the end of the game's story. Yes, this does sound just like a regular "play through" or a video guide of how to beat a game, but what makes Let's Plays different from regular play throughs or gaming guides is that these videos have commitary (usually live, meaning that the commitary is recorded at the same time that the game play is being recorded). The commitary in Let's Plays are often humorous and entertaining. They also might often entertain and thrill you so much that you might even want to buy the game that the LPer is playing yourself. If the LPer is doing everything correctly, watching the Lps should be as natural as having a good time with friends or maybe it will be even more natural than that. If the LPer is dedicated to what they do, they will generally stick to a daily/ bidaily uploading schedual. Sometimes even a weekly one. If the LPer is popular or has been LPing long enough where they know what they are doing, sometimes they will do 2, 3, or even four different game LPs at the same time!
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