It's pretty easy to handle actually. Most of the stuff on the WiiU is controlled by the game pad. It has some good features on it, and the games for the Wii as well as the Wii Remotes are also compatible with the WiiU. You can also make your own account on the WiiU so no one can mess with your stuff saved on the system.
I didn't like the Wii much either. It was horrible trying to play Skyward Sword. I'm sorry, I'm bit of a hardcore gamer. I like to be able to sit down and play a game for a few hours without doing damage to others and objects around me. I'm quite the clumsy person.
Hahahah I mostly use my Wii for Netflix now that I have the WiiU. But yeah, some of those high movement games get really tiring, especially when you have to flail for about five minutes to get what you want to work.
"Don't get me wrong I appreciate whatever it is they got me instead, but honestly I'm kinda disappointed at the same time."
Since you said this, it made me less disgusted towards you. Once, I was almost not going to get anything for Christmas, and when I did I was the most gratefullest brat ever. It was just a doll. Remind yourself some people don't even get anything before you bitch about not getting your "OMIGERD WIIU AND ZOMBIEUUU!!!!!" when really, it sucks. It's pretty much a gimmick you fell for.
Sometimes I wonder what it's like to be so privileged that I find time to complain about POSSIBLY not getting the super expensive thing I wanted for Christmas. Try not to be this ungrateful as you grow older.
Shut up you ungrateful brat. I've been away from my family for over six months now and I finally get to see them again. They informed me beforehand that I probably won't get anything because they don't have the money and they'd rather get something for the kids, because Christmas is more for the kids anyways.
Which I'm fine with, until I see little brats like you who are upset because mummy and daddy didn't get you EXACTLY what you want.
After hearing for weeks how I'm not going to have a Christmas reading posts like this kind of hurts. "I want this really expensive thing, you can buy it here I really want it" is way too out of line for me and many others to ever say to our parents.
It's so much more satisfying too. I appreciate a good gift, but there's an extra joy in finally getting that thing you've been fawning over for months. It's like conquering capitalism and hanging its head above the fireplace.
alright you probably got chewed out enough today for this really stupid thread, so I'm just going to give you a few points of advice
1) the forums are not your personal journal. this kind of complaint would have been better off on your own profile 2) again, this complaint was kinda stupid. you should be thankful you're getting something at all and not fret about the gift you didn't get. this used to happen to me all the time but I was raised not to complain about christmas gifts I get, no matter what they are 3) you should consider closing the thread FAQ #709:I need to request a forum thread closure, where do I go for help?
now we shall see if she genuinely needs help or if she really is a spoiled little brat
I couldn't be bothered asking, because I like to buy the expensive stuff myself. I feel it to be a bit cheeky now to ask for gifts. (I'm 25, so maybe that's me growing out the whole thing of asking)
Though I have told my mum and dad not to buy me clothes or any DVDs, they haven't the best of tastes when it comes to such items. So today I was sent out at my pleasure to search for a gift for me from them.