Topic: Gamepad

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Sean_Aaron wrote:

I think it's safe to say that a lot of the Wii U's functionality will be lost without the Gamepad and equally that it's unlikely to last long in the hands of holidaymakers so it will be a rather expensive bonus item to keep replacing.

If you're going to get any kind of console I'd probably look into one of those flashback things that are a controller that connects to the TV and has built in games. Loads cheaper to replace - remember you're providing an indoor diversion like a pack of cards for when it rains - not a game room!

if replacing it is a issue you could add some sort of deposit fee that they only get back if no damage happens to the stuff that comes with the rental.. But if something does like the game pad ended up being broken the fee could be used to acquire a replacement of the game pad... But keep in mind that it is not possible to buy them separately yet.. So if the op does this it may be best to wait till it can.

Or do what most hotel chains do and require a credit card to be put on file so you could charge the person for replacing/ or repairing the property should anything end up being missing or broken.

Edited on by teus

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