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No, you won't. The disc slot acts as a "variable" piece of software. If you check your save data in the Settings, everything to do with a specific piece of software (such as the Wind Waker HD, which I have both digital and physical copy), will be placed in the Wind Waker HD "folder," including the save-data for each user Mii and the software itself. If you ...
There are three things that could be happening. Your sensor bar or Wiimote is broken. If ALL the controllers do it, it's probably your sensor bar. You're sitting (or standing) too far away from the sensor bar. Your Wii U GamePad is intercepting your Wiimote's signals. The GamePad has its own sensor bar inside of it, and I've experienced the exact same sort ...
Short and simple, hold down B and don't let go. It's very useful for recovery if you get launched off to the upper corners. You might want to practice at a huge stage before trying it out in battle, because you can't just double jump and then do the shieldbreaker. You have to be really far up in the air to carry it to its full extent.
You can check out how much the software is in Gigabytes on the eShop. I'm not sure how big it is, but I think it's around 3.5 GB. But I do know that when I bought the bundle, it took about an hour to download (not to mention Wii U updates, etc) at my house and we have pretty good bandwidth. So it'll probably take a long time to download, but it's by far my ...
If you choose your Wii U's Mii, your 3DS Mii will also change, but only in the way that it looks. Your Streetpass data will NOT change whatsoever (you can even choose to use a different Mii in Streetpass Mii Plaza, fun fact of the day). Nintendo is very secure in every way (as far as I know), so go ahead and change that thing! But, just in case, I'd back up ...
The Wii U requires the console to play, and many games will require a TV. The console is what actually runs the game. The gamepad has little processing power on its own, and simply communicates with the Wii U wirelessly. The gamepad sends the controls to the console, and the console sends the video output back to the gamepad. Depending on the game, you can ...
No, you cannot play games on the gamepad alone, without having the console turned on. The gamepad is only a controller with a screen and a proprietary wireless connection to the WiiU. That means it cannot connect to the internet and also does not have any memory to store data. You can play games on the gamepad without the TV on because it streams the game ...
The Gamepad is a touchscreen and analog control interface. It is essentially a controller. You cannot play WiiU games with the Gamepad only, just as you cannot play Xbox or Playstation games with only the respective controller.
Anything released after January 20th 2015 will not be eligible for Club Nintendo coins. Whether or not they will be eligible for whatever Nintendo replaces Club Nintendo with is unknown at this point. Considering that you can redeem your Coins til June, it is unlikely they will announce anything about the replacement in the near future.
Yes, there is a limit, which depends on the size of the pieces. You can see the limit represented as the "weight" bar on the bottom of the editor: Original link to screenshot
Disclaimer: The following answer is purely speculative, and intended for informational purposes only. Should you choose to try and use your WiiU power adapter at a voltage it is not rated for, I take no responsibility for the consequences (which, at the very least, likely include voiding the warranty, and might include damaging your adapter and/or your ...
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