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SCAR392

61. Posted:

I don't even recall anyone hold a controller while using that thing. You plugged it into the Wii remote, and just clamped it onto your finger while not playing. Or you would have it clamped to your finger and use the other hand to just the remote. I see it being changed it more of a wrist band.
Lets not forget there's a perfectly good connection by the home button on the Gamepad. They could use that for a better headset, or anything really...

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The thing I would absolutely love to see is upscaling of Wii games. The Dolphin Emulator can do it, right? Upscaling virtual console games would also be great. I like classic games, but it's hard to go back to the pixellation.

I'm curious to see what Nintendo's project using the NFC chip will be. Skylanders made a killing using something similar. To me, the obvious choices are either Pokemon or something using all the classic Nintendo characters in a Skylanders-like game.

Level development tools made public, specifically for NSMBU. This would be a great way to add more value to the system's first hit, and really get the community into it.

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63. Posted:

I would like to see:

1). A Hardware update that incorporates 4gb of ram instead of 2gb which will help support 2 Gamepads better in the future.
2). A new version of the Gamepad which includes features like a Multi-Gesture Screen, Longer battery life and faster UI. Maybe call it the Gamepad+ (Motion-plus on Wii). Maybe a Fall 2014 release.
3). A new Matte finish to the console, not a fan of the gloss consoles (finger-prints).
4). More online multi-player for 1st party games.
5). 3.5mm Jack for the Pro Controller to support Voice chat.
6). Option to switch off the Gamepad without turning the console off.
7). The ability to switch the console on and get straight into a game using the Pro Controller (think Xbox 360). Sometimes I just fancy using the old fasioned controller while sitting back enjoying the game without the need of the Gamepad.

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64. Posted:

@VesperPrism Part 2 of #1 solely depends on developers using two GamePads better

#2 would send the console's costs sky rocketing

#3 I've never actually seen a matte console in recent gens. Surprisingly, I'd be okay with that

#4 Nintendo games aren't all known for their online (with exceptions like Pokemon and Smash bros)

#5 I thought it already had that. Oh well, wireless headsets for you! >:]

#6 would defeat the purpose of the Wii U

#7 Great idea actually! We need to see more of direct-to-game.

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65. Posted:

VesperPrism wrote:

I would like to see:

1). A Hardware update that incorporates 4gb of ram instead of 2gb which will help support 2 Gamepads better in the future.
2). A new version of the Gamepad which includes features like a Multi-Gesture Screen, Longer battery life and faster UI. Maybe call it the Gamepad+ (Motion-plus on Wii). Maybe a Fall 2014 release.
3). A new Matte finish to the console, not a fan of the gloss consoles (finger-prints).
4). More online multi-player for 1st party games.
5). 3.5mm Jack for the Pro Controller to support Voice chat.
6). Option to switch off the Gamepad without turning the console off.
7). The ability to switch the console on and get straight into a game using the Pro Controller (think Xbox 360). Sometimes I just fancy using the old fasioned controller while sitting back enjoying the game without the need of the Gamepad.

1. Games don't usually need more than 2GB of RAM to run.
2. The Gamepad is the best game controller you can get right now, and the buttons do alot of the commands the multitouch does. It would cost more to make a multitouch and stylus for that. You don't even like the GamePad as much as the Pro controller, so why would it matter?
3. Matte would be nice, but my Wii U is already scratched as hell, and it doesn't matter to me honestly. Finger prints is the least of anyones worries.
4. There will be, don't worry
5. Why would they have a headphone jack when they can use the USB port?
6. The gamepad is the main controller. If you don't want to use it, just leave it on the charge stand. Pro controllers are mainly for if you want Gamepad controls for others minus the touch screen. They're basically the same IMO.
7. You can turn on the Wii U with the Pro controller, it just doesn't load the game automatically, because there's a Wii mode.

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66. Posted:

I'm not just saying this because I'm a 'biased fanboy'(sacrasm). It just doesn't make sense to fix the 'problems' you're having with the Wii U, when some of what you're wanting to happen either has a different option that can avoid that, or it completely misses the point of the features.

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SCAR392 wrote:

I'm not just saying this because I'm a 'biased fanboy'(sacrasm). It just doesn't make sense to fix the 'problems' you're having with the Wii U, when some of what you're wanting to happen either has a different option that can avoid that, or it completely misses the point of the features.

I think a headphone jack on the pro controller would be convenient, regardless of the USB slot.

As for Wii Speak, nobody bought it before, so why would they bring it back?

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brooks83 wrote:

SCAR392 wrote:

I'm not just saying this because I'm a 'biased fanboy'(sacrasm). It just doesn't make sense to fix the 'problems' you're having with the Wii U, when some of what you're wanting to happen either has a different option that can avoid that, or it completely misses the point of the features.

I don't get it, you make a thread asking for people to list things that they would like to see Nintendo change or update, and then tell people they are wrong for wanting certain features.

As for Wii Speak, nobody bought it before, so why would they bring it back?

Ya, if their actual improvements. If Nintendo put a Wii Speak into a must have game, people would be getting it for free. If people still complain about Wii Speak once everyone gets it for free, I won't even know what to say.
Some of the things he wants are already fixable, or just don't make sense.
You can turn off the Gamepad screen and use the Pro controller. That issue is already fixed, yet he wants it done... again.

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SCAR392 wrote:

brooks83 wrote:

SCAR392 wrote:

I'm not just saying this because I'm a 'biased fanboy'(sacrasm). It just doesn't make sense to fix the 'problems' you're having with the Wii U, when some of what you're wanting to happen either has a different option that can avoid that, or it completely misses the point of the features.

I don't get it, you make a thread asking for people to list things that they would like to see Nintendo change or update, and then tell people they are wrong for wanting certain features.

As for Wii Speak, nobody bought it before, so why would they bring it back?

Ya, if their actual improvements. If Nintendo put a Wii Speak into a must have game, people would be getting it for free. If people still bitch about Wii Speak once everyone gets it for free, I won't even know what to say.
Some of the things he wants are already fixable, or just don't make sense.
You can turn off the Gamepad screen and use the Pro controller. That issue is already fixed, yet he wants it done... again.

I see. Well I think at least 3 Wii games came packaged with the Wii Speak and the peripheral still never really took off. Most people that used it said the sound quality is pretty bad, but I never used it so I can't comment either way. I think Nintendo would rather forget about Wii Speak. An official Nintendo headset would be pretty sweet though.

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70. Posted:

@SCAR392: You wanting them to make an update for Wii Speak makes no sense. I wouldn't criticize others ideas when yours are just as bad.

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SCAR392

71. Posted:

I have it, and it's the best full range mic I've ever used. It's basically the same tech in Kinect for voice commands, and speaker phone on cell phones. They already have Nintendo official Turtle Beach headsets, but they aren't very great compared to a regular set of headphones with a mic. A wireless one would be ideal, though.

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72. Posted:

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@SCAR392: You wanting them to make an update for Wii Speak makes no sense. I wouldn't criticize others ideas when yours are just as bad.

Mine actually would improve the mic support. I'm also taking into account that it would only work if they were handing them out, or made a new version that can work better and comes with a MUST HAVE game.

EDIT: I'm just saying, this guys problems are basically nonexistent. You can already turn off the gamepad, more Wii U games are on the way, and RAM wouldn't improve anything really when it comes to Wii U.

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Folders, that's one thing I really want. Just use the same system as 3DS for all I care. But it would be nice with some organization options.

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74. Posted:

They need to fix the power button. The power button. I shouldn't still be having to unplug the console when it freezes.

Another, it would be nice to be able to track Miiverse comments (not just posts). Sometimes I have commented on a post, and had trouble finding it to update it (not sure if I'm missing a way to.
If they could update the GamePad TV function and add a "MUTE" button, that would be nice as well.

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75. Posted:

@SCAR392: But the thing is you dont need Wii Speak. Nintendo tried it if failed they moved on, its as simple as that. The Wii U gamepad has an integrated mic now so it would be both pointless and stupid for them to waste time and money on a product that is not needed and a flop. Face it man the Wii Speak sucked just because you are the only one that likes it isnt enough for Nintendo to even think about it anymore.

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76. Posted:

CoffeeWithGames wrote:

They need to fix the power button. The power button. I shouldn't still be having to unplug the console when it freezes.

Another, it would be nice to be able to track Miiverse comments (not just posts). Sometimes I have commented on a post, and had trouble finding it to update it (not sure if I'm missing a way to.
If they could update the GamePad TV function and add a "MUTE" button, that would be nice as well.

You shouldn't be getting freezes anymore. Try optimizing your internet connection, or use factory settings. The only game that freezes on me, is Sonic, and I know for a fact that ones software related. Not the console.
You can go to a tab in Miiverse to see your posts. I can't recall exactly what it's called, but I know you can.
I could see a mute button in the TV remote added, as well as a -. Someone on the forums had a pretty new TV that used a - instead of a .

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@SCAR392: But the thing is you dont need Wii Speak. Nintendo tried it if failed they moved on, its as simple as that. The Wii U gamepad has an integrated mic now so it would be both pointless and stupid for them to waste time and money on a product that is not needed and a flop. Face it man the Wii Speak sucked just because you are the only one that likes it isnt enough for Nintendo to even think about it anymore.

You're right. The mic on the Gamepad should be enough... Still though, Wii Speak was a cool thing. If everyone thinks it sucks, then they don't know what good tech is. At least as far as what was around at the time in 2009(?).

EDIT: There's no doubt better full range mics out now(probably), but it was the best at the time, whether anyone cared about it or not.

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SCAR392 wrote:

Tasuki wrote:

@SCAR392: But the thing is you dont need Wii Speak. Nintendo tried it if failed they moved on, its as simple as that. The Wii U gamepad has an integrated mic now so it would be both pointless and stupid for them to waste time and money on a product that is not needed and a flop. Face it man the Wii Speak sucked just because you are the only one that likes it isnt enough for Nintendo to even think about it anymore.

You're right. The mic on the Gamepad should be enough... Still though, Wii Speak was a cool thing. If everyone thinks it sucks, then they don't know what good tech is. At least as far as what was around at the time in 2009(?).

EDIT: There's no doubt better full range mics out now(probably), but it was the best at the time, whether anyone cared about it or not.

In all honesty I think the main reason it was a flop was because it was just different. It wasn't a headset like every one was use to so people just right took an unliking to it. One thing is that Nintendo likes to do things different it seems, sometimes it pays off as in the case of motion controls and other time it doesn't, Wii Speak, their online system, cartridges instead of discs on the N64. That was all with the Wii Speak just being different sometimes is a bad thing.

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79. Posted:

Why would there be an update to Wii Speak when it's essentially built into the Gamepad and if you like you can use a mobile phone headphone/mic combo like what came with my iPhone?

At first I was disappointed I couldn't use my Wii Headbanger, but not having to fork out any extra dough and not having to plug in a cable is a pretty good deal!

@Vesper: I'm pretty sure the issue with multi Gamepad support has more to do with the limitations of Bluetooth and the processor's ability to stream multiple video streams than the system's RAM. 2GB is pretty good; my Mac has that much memory and like Scar says, games don't generally need anything like that much.

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SCAR392 wrote:

CoffeeWithGames wrote:

They need to fix the power button. The power button. I shouldn't still be having to unplug the console when it freezes.

Another, it would be nice to be able to track Miiverse comments (not just posts). Sometimes I have commented on a post, and had trouble finding it to update it (not sure if I'm missing a way to.
If they could update the GamePad TV function and add a "MUTE" button, that would be nice as well.

You shouldn't be getting freezes anymore. Try optimizing your internet connection, or use factory settings. The only game that freezes on me, is Sonic, and I know for a fact that ones software related. Not the console.
You can go to a tab in Miiverse to see your posts. I can't recall exactly what it's called, but I know you can.
I could see a mute button in the TV remote added, as well as a -. Someone on the forums had a pretty new TV that used a - instead of a .

The console freezes. It's the console, not settings. Nintendo's customer service reps say they get "a lot" of calls on it. Even if it were the settings , that doesn't excuse the fact the console doesn't function as stated, and that Nintendo's current solution is going against their own safety precautions stated on the Wii U.

As for the Miiverse update, it was to track comments, not posts. You can track your own posts, but not your comments on other people's post very easily.

The - button and + button do function to turn the volume up and down, but I'm not sure of one to "Mute" it outright.

As for Wii Speak, I own the device and it is/was HORRID for FPS games. HORRID. Any games with lots of loud noise (gun fire, explosions, etc.) doesn't work well with it. Nintendo took nearly 2 years to release Wii Speak, trying to re-invent the wheel, instead of just simply releasing a headset (see: a proven voice chat option for over a decade) for the Wii.

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