The forthcoming Wii Mini doesn't include an SD card slot, unlike the original Wii and new Wii U. This means that transferring saves is not possible on the compact console; it cannot import or export saves. Also, unlike the six-year-old Wii, Wii Mini can't connect to the internet and doesn't play Nintendo GameCube games.The redesigned … Continue reading Wii Mini Not Compatible With SD Cards
Nintendo Japan has confirmed via its official website that downloaded Wii U software can not be saved to the SD card. If you're looking to save software on something other than an SD card you will either need to use your limited Wii U internal storage space, or, invest in an external hard drive. Downloaded … Continue reading Downloaded Wii U Software Can’t Be Saved To SD Card
If you want to download Style Savvy: Trendsetters from the Nintendo eShop for Nintendo 3DS, you'll need at least 1.4GB of free space on your SD Card. The downloadable version of the fashion video game requires more than 10,500 blocks of space, which makes it the biggest download from the Nintendo eShop to date, outpacing … Continue reading Style Savvy: Trendsetters From Nintendo eShop Requires More Than 10 Thousand Blocks
It was rumored that the Wii U would feature 8 GB of internal storage, but Satoru Iwata clarified that Nintendo did not reveal specifics regarding Wii U's hard drive. Iwata reconfirmed that Wii U users can purchase a hard drive - of their choice - and attach it to the Wii U's USB port. Although the Wii … Continue reading Wii U Has No Built-In Storage?