Wii shop without system transfer


Rather than allowing users to sign out of their Nintendo Network ID account on their old console and simply log on to a new one, Nintendo’s system transfer process requires both Wii U systems to be simultaneously running in the same place at the same time. The update also updates the Nintendo eShop to allow navigation with the Wii Remote, Wii U Pro Controller or Classic Controller.Thinking of upgrading from that basic Wii U system to the deluxe 32GB package Now you can — the latest system update for Nintendo’s tablet-toting console allows users to transfer data between systems. On the 3DS, this was an easy proposition, but for a home console like the Wii U, well, the solution seems a bit inelegant.

In Japan, the update also adds support for NFC payments via Suica card, which is commonly used in convenience stores and train stations.. but it does so in a rather odd way.

It’s a good change — now if only Nintendo could bring the same controller compatibly to the console’s virtual Wii menu. This seems minor, but it’s actually a very convenient fix: until now, the Wii U digital store could only be navigated using the Wii U GamePad controller, despite having full button controls that would have translated well to the optional Wii U Pro Controller. Hope you enjoy reading my article. Leave your comment if you have any. 🙂