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Take a look at your Wii U AC adapter - on the bottom, it should say the supported input voltages. On mine, since I purchased it, and live, in Australia, it says 230V-240V 50Hz. This will be different for different regions of the world. For example, this one: It supports 100V up to 240V at 50Hz or 60Hz - this one is basically universal. If yours is like this ...
I bought a Wii U in the US and I use it in Latin America where we use 220v. I plug the Wii U's AC adapter directly and it works. Same for the Wii U Gamepad AC adapter.
Component would be the highest level of video quality possible with a Wii and is the best you can get, giving you a crystal clear image. Component sends separate blue and red color data to the TV through the red and blue cables with green being filled in by the unit. Composite combines all the colors into a single cable typically the yellow one and looks ...
It's still possible to purchase Wii Points and DSi Points at this current time. Most point cards are off the market though it seems, with the only way to buy them is to visit the shop channels directly and use a credit/debit card. Side note: I cannot find any information online on Nintendo's website to suggest that the Wii/DSi point system is going ...
A Wii remote has the basic functions of the accelerometer and sensor bar sensitivity, but it's noticeably different: the on-screen cursor jerks around, you have a 50/50 chance that you might hit the basket in a basketball game, and sometimes it takes a while for the Wii to update what's really going on with the remote (my cursor has registered as being ...
Yes, both GameCube games and Wii games use the Wii's system clock. For GameCube games, this is mainly to record high scores and keep progress of game-play, while Wii games have more reasons to use the clock.
Reference to the above question: techforums.nintendo.com/thread/2328 The yellow light indicates that the Wii is off but the WiiConnect24 is on, operating in standby mode. You can turn this light off by going to (Wii Icon) > Settings > WiiConnect24 > WiiConnect24 > Off and select Confirm. At times, you will also see the Wii's disc slot glow. ...
Try starting up the game then when it asks you about your balance board (if you have it connected) press the sync button or the middle button on the board.
Yes. Gamecube games perform exactly the same on the Wii as they do on the Gamecube. Playing games on the Wii has no impact on what glitches are possible.
The Silver crown shows you have collected all regular stars in the particular Galaxy you have your crown in. If you get all the green stars in the same Galaxy this turns into a Golden crown. This has nothing to do with the Coins you collect in the Galaxy.
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