So I regret getting a Wii U now that I'm running a high-end gaming PC. Is their any way to use the Gamepad on PC? It sounds far fetched, but it would be neat to play PC games on the Wii U's pad while I'm comfy in bed.
That guy's art style is pretty distinct but I tried to look for the sauce anyway
and boy howdy was it intense. I almost thought I wouldn't find it but image searches truly are amazing.
I turned my wii u into a rad netflix/hulu machine in the living room. Guests think it's cool and the web browser is handy occasionally for some movie links. It rests in the charging rack.
I did but only saw some nerds talking about hard-modding their stuff to get a bootleg nVidia Shield experience so far. And that was back in 2013.
Yeah, I'd assume the gamepad is much more than just registering Bluetooth or PnP.
>Literally every modern gaming console is just a Netflix player.
All of the exclusives are inferior rehashes of other games. Or it's some weeb game that no one wants to play like Bayonetta or the 101 thing. Some rehashes like Tropical Freeze and 3d World are are really standout games. But theyre not worth dropping all of the cash for the console nor do they take advantage of the gimmick controller.
So what can I do with the Wii U now? I already hacked the vWii a year ago, which didn't matter really because I had a hacked Wii for seven years.
I played all the exclusives and since Splatoon came out I haven't found anything interesting really. >>323405437 knows what I'm talking about. Not to mention the rumor-mill says Nintendo is abandoning it for the NX. It only gets used for Smash nowadays. Also I may or may not have been autistic and starting collecting Amemebos, so there's that major regret too.
I'm not that guy but you're not going to find anything exciting. You're going to get incredible latency with anything you want to do. There's nothing cool that you can do with your pad that doesn't involve the wii u itself.
I saw a few solutions involving setting up a server to stream to the Wii U Internet Browser. I could only imagine how shitty that would end up being. I think the Wii U use Opera from 2008 still. Cutting edge right there.
It's good to know that someone is having fun with the piece of shit. Well, besides the people that come to my house and briefly get excited to use it to navigate the netflix menu because they had never touched or seen one before.