My Wavebird doesn't work on the wii. I read that it was supposed to. (looks like i won't be getting rid of my Gamecube anytime soon. Anyone else have this problem? Hmmm must have accedentally changed channels on the controller. (I feel like an idiot now)
As far as I know, there's nothing official announced. But it's possible that they could be for keyboards, for when the browser is launched. There's also the USB LAN cables. Or for plugging in external hard drives for additional storage (from what I've heard, plugging in any old hard drive doesn't work, but I haven't tried), or probably whatever else Nintendo dreams up.
Ladies and Gentlemen, I have a problem. I pre-ordered a Classic Controller for the Wii. When I went to pick up my console come Sunday night I'm told that the Classic Controller isn't out yet. I've looked all over the internet and cannot find the release date, and from what I can tell it's already released.
Did my Gamestop just not recieve any in their shipment or are they really not out yet? If so, what is the release date, if known?
Sorry for the double post, but I was also having a problem with the blue illumination in the disk slot. It flashes only when its first turned, and only for a second. I've yet to see it illuminate outside of that, not when it's loading a disk, nor when it's loading. I have The Legend of Zelda: Twighlight Princess and Wii Sports, if that will help you at all.
The booklet also says you are supposed to see the blue like turn on when you recieve messages(e-mails), I've gotten a few (not from actuall people though), and I've never seen it light up like I said before.
It woulda been cool if Nintendo just let the blue light be on at all times, just like in the dev kits and the demo kiosk ones. Weird that they'd change it in the final release.
Gamestop doesn't appear to have gotten any at all, for some reason. The release date was, in fact, the 19th. I'm not sure what's going on, there, but you're not alone. I have yet to talk to anyone who got a classic from Gamestop.
(If a mod could edit this into the first post, that would be great.)
Nintendo has confirmed that the 110213 error code, when trying to connect to the internet, is a glitch with your system and you will need to call Nintendo to get it replaced. What they do is send you one, and you give them your credit card number. You have 21 days to get it to them, and if you do, it's free to have it replaced. If you don't get it to them, your card will be charged.