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Topic: ATTENTION: For those who are having slow download issues on their new Wii U

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Tasuki

21. Posted:

NImH wrote:

Tasuki wrote:

NImH wrote:

@Tasuki
I know the "I Before E" rule, but it's still spelled t-h-e-i-r. So there.

Where did I make that mistake?

In the thread title :D Hahaha.

Ok fixed, thanks. :)

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Shrapmo

22. Posted:

When I downloaded Ninja Gaiden, I watched a couple episodes of Futurama... well look at that, problem solved, no whining needed :)

Here is a new petition to get Metal Gear Solid Rising: Revengence on the Wii U!!!
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Tasuki

23. Posted:

Shrapmo wrote:

When I downloaded Ninja Gaiden, I watched a couple episodes of Futurama... well look at that, problem solved, no whining needed :)

Good News everyone my download is finished. (in a Farnsworth voice)

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KAHN

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it IS christmas season after all, you'd expect a lot of people doing this.

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Rod64

25. Posted:

Tasuki wrote:

Wow nice of Nintendo to charge me 50 cents to say I am parent. Isn't that illegal?

What.

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MarioKenny1992

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Good thing I'm a patient person when it comes to that kind of stuff :)

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TheKingOfTown

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What bothers me is if you listed yourself as younger than 17 in the set up process, you can't access M rated titles, so you need to make a new user who is over 17. Why does Nintendo assume that my parents care so much as to not look at the details of Assassin's Creed 3?

Why do people point to their wrists when asking for the time, but don't point to their crotch when they ask where the bathroom is?

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nobyer

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10+hours for zombiU last night. I decided it was because of xmas updaters and almost felt bad to slow them from their first turns.not quite though. Complaint~when you select power down after complete your gamepad stays on with no way to turn it off and apparently doesn't turn off after the download ends.It was dead this morning and I had to hit the power button again after connecting the adapter and having it say it wasn't close enough to connect at least I didn't have to pull the plug on the console again. What I'm really bothered by is my tv's screen is cropped in games it needs an option to adjust size like miiverse has.ZombiU has a brightness adjustment in its menu and it says(on my screen) en adjusting .just about as much is missing as was for miiverse before I heard about and adjusted the size

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Tasuki

29. Posted:

TheKingofTown wrote:

What bothers me is if you listed yourself as younger than 17 in the set up process, you can't access M rated titles, so you need to make a new user who is over 17. Why does Nintendo assume that my parents care so much as to not look at the details of Assassin's Creed 3?

I dont know I set up my sons account and he is 12 and I set it so he can access M rated titles.

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cyrus_zuo

30. Posted:

Haven't got anything yet...
...I've tried to get the update about a half-dozen times so far and I get an error every time!
Good news is that we could play NintendoLand w/o the system update.
Bad news is that I really wanted to do a system transfer before we started digging into the new games and having data save and all that.

I'm hoping the update won't give me an error tonight when I try again.

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ocelot20

31. Posted:

Update only took 20 minutes for me.

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TheKingOfTown

32. Posted:

Tasuki wrote:

TheKingofTown wrote:

What bothers me is if you listed yourself as younger than 17 in the set up process, you can't access M rated titles, so you need to make a new user who is over 17. Why does Nintendo assume that my parents care so much as to not look at the details of Assassin's Creed 3?

I dont know I set up my sons account and he is 12 and I set it so he can access M rated titles.

How do you set it so he can access M rated titles?

Why do people point to their wrists when asking for the time, but don't point to their crotch when they ask where the bathroom is?

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Tasuki

33. Posted:

TheKingofTown wrote:

Tasuki wrote:

TheKingofTown wrote:

What bothers me is if you listed yourself as younger than 17 in the set up process, you can't access M rated titles, so you need to make a new user who is over 17. Why does Nintendo assume that my parents care so much as to not look at the details of Assassin's Creed 3?

I dont know I set up my sons account and he is 12 and I set it so he can access M rated titles.

How do you set it so he can access M rated titles?

I went into the parent controls option menu and selected the ratings that he can play.

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Tasuki wrote:

TheKingofTown wrote:

Tasuki wrote:

TheKingofTown wrote:

What bothers me is if you listed yourself as younger than 17 in the set up process, you can't access M rated titles, so you need to make a new user who is over 17. Why does Nintendo assume that my parents care so much as to not look at the details of Assassin's Creed 3?

I dont know I set up my sons account and he is 12 and I set it so he can access M rated titles.

How do you set it so he can access M rated titles?

I went into the parent controls option menu and selected the ratings that he can play.

Thanks, I'll make Parental Controls for myself then. :P Hopefully it works.

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35. Posted:

NImH wrote:

@Tasuki
I know the "I Before E" rule, but it's still spelled t-h-e-i-r. So there.

The "i before e except after c" teaching rule doesn't actually exist any more. There were found to be far more exceptions to the rule (their, weight, freight, etc) than words that actually conform to it (ceiling, friend, etc). So it's no longer taught in schools. Fun fact of the day~

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TheKingOfTown

36. Posted:

No luck. :( I still can't access or download M rated titles, even when I set it to all content being accessible.

Why do people point to their wrists when asking for the time, but don't point to their crotch when they ask where the bathroom is?

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Tasuki

37. Posted:

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No luck. :( I still can't access or download M rated titles, even when I set it to all content being accessible.

Well try asking your parents to make an account using their birthday. Thats what I also did. I have his account than I made me a master account.

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SCAR392

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My first update took around 40 min. Some places don't have that fast of internet connection regardless of you mb/s speed. I have 7 mb/s, and I've heard it taking twice as long w/ people that have 15-20 mb/s. Just make sure your Wii U has a good connection to your router, and the settings on the router are good, too. As for downloading games, that will take a while, regardless... I hope everyone is enjoying their Wii U otherwise.

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DrKarl

39. Posted:

Tasuki wrote:

Wow nice of Nintendo to charge me 50 cents to say I am parent. Isn't that illegal?

My girlfriend is in Law school and told me about this. They studied it in her internet law this last semester. Apparently it is because of a California law that puts strict regulations on obtaining information from people under the age of 18. By having the parent set everything up, and then charge the credit card, they are able to satisfy the requirements that the parents consent to the gathering of information about the child.

I'm guessing that if you read all of the fine print, you would see that is what they are doing. It reminded me of the the German law that restricts all of Europe, preventing M rated games from being purchased during daylight hours. It is far easier (and cheaper) for a company to satisfy the strictest law then it is for them to restrict only what is necessary for each state/country in the territory.

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Tasuki

40. Posted:

DrKarl wrote:

Tasuki wrote:

Wow nice of Nintendo to charge me 50 cents to say I am parent. Isn't that illegal?

My girlfriend is in Law school and told me about this. They studied it in her internet law this last semester. Apparently it is because of a California law that puts strict regulations on obtaining information from people under the age of 18. By having the parent set everything up, and then charge the credit card, they are able to satisfy the requirements that the parents consent to the gathering of information about the child.

I'm guessing that if you read all of the fine print, you would see that is what they are doing. It reminded me of the the German law that restricts all of Europe, preventing M rated games from being purchased during daylight hours. It is far easier (and cheaper) for a company to satisfy the strictest law then it is for them to restrict only what is necessary for each state/country in the territory.

Figures it would be because of some stupid California law. And people wonder why I want to get out of this state.

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