Wii U Forum

Topic: Wii U: What do you think will be in the box?

Showing 61 to 80 of 107

AuthorMessage
Avatar

TheN64Dude

61. Posted:

A video game console

Get "N" or Get Out!

AuthorMessage
Avatar

SonyFACE

62. Posted:

The Humungo-Ginormous Family Bundle would include:
Console
Gamepad
Wii Remote Plus
Nunchuk
Sensor Bar
Component or Composite Cables
HDMI Cables
Power Cable
Wii U Controller Pro
NintendoLand
All for $499!

Edited on by SonyFACE

Charter Member of SonyLife.
Nintendo and Sony for the win, Microsoft ehh.
Psalm 51.

3DS Friend Code: 4081-5840-8779 | Nintendo Network ID: SonyFACE

AuthorMessage
Avatar

firearrow505

63. Posted:

  • WiiU
  • GamePad
  • Nintendo Land
  • Club Nintendo code
  • Nintendo Power Sign up
  • A Book telling you how to hook up the WiiU
  • wires for WiiU

N-Nintendo has found

3-3 ways to

D-Destroy

S-Sony

How real men get the firearrows

AuthorMessage
Avatar

skywake

64. Posted:

Sean_Aaron wrote:

I absolutely agree with the HDMI cable, however. I cannot see selling an HD system with a composite video cable when we're starting to see flat panel TVs on the market that only have HDMI input. Today is the opposite of the situation when the Wii launched where many people still had CRTs: there's probably still a number of them out there, but I seriously doubt we'd see people turned away from picking up the system because they didn't have a TV with HDMI inputs on it.

I don't think I got HDMI cables with the Blu-Ray player I got a few months ago and I don't think I've yet seen a TV that only has HDMI inputs. I could be wrong on that though. If people don't have a spare HDMI cable floating around the house then they can probably grab one at a Target, Big W or Red Dor or wherever so that's not that big a problem.

NNID: skywake

AuthorMessage
Avatar

GamecubeMan

65. Posted:

Hdmi cables are the ones that are green, blue and red on the part were u plug it into the tv, right?

Gamecubeloggery
Forget the Nintendo seal of approval
I only see GC 4.0 happening if I become a English major. Yeah... not happening.

3DS Friend Code: 1934-1104-3407

AuthorMessage
Avatar

Drawdler

66. Posted:

@Roopa132
No. It got one because it was a small, handheld device, and people don't like to leave their small, handheld devices around. :P

Anyway, you're all forgetting... WIIMOTES! With how much they show off with them on a lot of Wii U demos, I'm confident we'll get our fifth set this year XD

"In the beginning, the Universe was created.
This has made a lot of people very angry and been widely regarded as a bad move." -Douglas Adams

Myland's Dream Address: 6500-2329-0504 | (Currently Inactive) Backloggery | Disney Infinity Fans | Ghostroaster | Nintendo Friends

3DS Friend Code: 2191-7661-4611 | Nintendo Network ID: Nibelilt

AuthorMessage
Avatar

PoorVGameNerd

67. Posted:

I don't know, but I hope for Nintendo's sake the North American version comes with a free game. That usually makes it easier for people to part with their cash. In Japan, Wii Sports was sold separately, but things are very different over there. When Nintendo's launched consoles as standalones, at least in NA, they've had less than stellar sales. Remember when they stopped manufacturing GameCubes for a few months when supply was WAY higher than demand? I'd hate to see that happen again.

www.poorvideogamenerd.com
Retro Nintendo Game Reviews

AuthorMessage
Avatar

skywake

68. Posted:

GamecubeMan32 wrote:

Hdmi cables are the ones that are green, blue and red on the part were u plug it into the tv, right?

Composite:
Untitled
Component:
Untitled
HDMI:
Untitled

Nibelilt wrote:

Anyway, you're all forgetting... WIIMOTES! With how much they show off with them on a lot of Wii U demos, I'm confident we'll get our fifth set this year XD

TBH from what I've seen I don't think there were that many demos that used the Wii remotes. There was the Pikmin 3 demo which they insisted on being played with the WiiMote and two of the Nintendo Land demos that had it for multiplayer but the rest were using the GamePad and/or Pro Controller. I don't think there were any games that needed something other than the GamePad on show.....

If there was a game like Wii U Sports on show then I'd be giving WiiMotes a definite yes. With Nintendo Land being the big "demo" game? I'm not so sure.

Edited on by skywake

NNID: skywake

AuthorMessage
Avatar

BenAV

69. Posted:

I highly doubt they'll include a Wii Remote.
Most games won't need it and most people probably already have one from the Wii.
Anyone who doesn't can go out and buy one, just like I'm going to have to do with the Pro controller as I don't see that coming with it either.

Nintendo Pocket Football Club - Club Name: True Teikoku | Club ID: 9697C6E03

3DS Friend Code: 3652-0548-9579 | Nintendo Network ID: Ben_AV

AuthorMessage
Avatar

Koos

70. Posted:

Wii Remotes (w/motion plus) are mandatory in some of the games in Nintendo Land, they are mandatory in Ubisoft's Sports Connection if I understand correctly. They're part of the identity of the console - swords with wii remotes, shields/crossbows with Gamepad - Baseball bat with the Wii remote, baseball glove with the Gamepad....

I am positive they will be included.

Koos

AuthorMessage
Avatar

Mk_II

71. Posted:

The console, one gamepad, HDMI cable, bunch of unnessecary manuals and Nintendo Land.

Nintendo 64 Forever forum
Nintendo Games NES 241 | SNES 324 | N64 267 | NGC 150 | WII 85 | WIIU 9 | IQUE 5 | GB 161 | GBC 57 | GBA 106 | NDS 57 | 3DS 21
Nintendo Network ID: Mk2_NL 3DS Friend code 0731-4737-4010 AC:NL Dream Code 7600-2509-4051 Animal Crossing Blog

AuthorMessage
Avatar

skywake

72. Posted:

Koos wrote:

Wii Remotes (w/motion plus) are mandatory in some of the games in Nintendo Land

for multiplayer

NNID: skywake

AuthorMessage
Avatar

Koos

73. Posted:

skywake wrote:

Koos wrote:

Wii Remotes (w/motion plus) are mandatory in some of the games in Nintendo Land

[/div]

for multiplayer

Really? okay... but still, that's part of the fun. They have to focus on the family/living room stuff. That's the appeal of the console to the masses. Tablets/smartphones don't do that.

Koos

AuthorMessage
Avatar

skywake

74. Posted:

@Koos
WiiMotes in the box are definitely possible but from what they've shown and what they've done in the past I wouldn't be banking on it. No games shown required it for play and being a part of multiplayer would only be a reason to include it if there were two controllers bundled with previous consoles. That doesn't tend to happen.

It's highly probable that a Wii U Sports game or similar comes in down the line bundled with a WiiMote and it's guaranteed that they'll keep selling WiiMotes and probably expect most Wii U owners to have one. Does that mean it'll be in the box? Personally I don't think it's likely given none of the games shown seem to require it.... at least not for single player.

Edited on by skywake

NNID: skywake

AuthorMessage
Avatar

BenAV

75. Posted:

I'd be extremely surprised if they did include one, and if they do then hopefully it won't raise the cost of the system.
I suppose it'd be nice to get one more so then I can have 4 Wii Remote Plus's, rather than having one of my older one (the one that came with my Wii at launch in fact, still working perfectly despite being bashed around a bit) sitting next to three Wii Remote Plus's.

Nintendo Pocket Football Club - Club Name: True Teikoku | Club ID: 9697C6E03

3DS Friend Code: 3652-0548-9579 | Nintendo Network ID: Ben_AV

AuthorMessage
Avatar

Koos

76. Posted:

Well I will be extremely disappointed if they don't. Not because I need one - I'm not using anything else than my Gold one, but I think it will hurt game development, reaction/reviews of the console and sales. I'm sticking with my prediction that they will.

Koos

AuthorMessage
Avatar

kyuubikid213

77. Posted:

I think we will get...
The Wii U Console
The Wii U GamePad (1)
All necessary cables (plug into TV, etc)
Nintendo Land
Manuals
Stylus
Box-separators (like with the Wii)
Sensor Bar
2GB SD card.

Wii Owner, 3DS Owner, Wii U Owner

I promise to not derail threads. Request from theblackdragon

I promise to be a mature individual. Request from theblackdragon

3DS Friend Code: 4639-9073-1731 | Nintendo Network ID: kyuubikid213

AuthorMessage
Avatar

kyuubikid213

78. Posted:

firearrow505 wrote:

  • Club Nintendo code

I don't think this will be there. Remember that you enter the serial number for Club Nintendo registry.

Wii Owner, 3DS Owner, Wii U Owner

I promise to not derail threads. Request from theblackdragon

I promise to be a mature individual. Request from theblackdragon

3DS Friend Code: 4639-9073-1731 | Nintendo Network ID: kyuubikid213

AuthorMessage
Avatar

KaiserGX

79. Posted:

You have to enter both.

Kachou on!

3DS Friend Code: 4296-4029-9396 | Nintendo Network ID: KaiserGX

AuthorMessage
Avatar

kyuubikid213

80. Posted:

Miss_Birdo wrote:

You have to enter both.

It didn't make me do that for my 3DS...

Wii Owner, 3DS Owner, Wii U Owner

I promise to not derail threads. Request from theblackdragon

I promise to be a mature individual. Request from theblackdragon

3DS Friend Code: 4639-9073-1731 | Nintendo Network ID: kyuubikid213