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Wii Battery-Saving Tips
By: KC Morgan
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    You play the Wii one night for a few delightful hours. Three days later, you go to relive the experience and find that the batteries are dead. Is this normal? Are those cool little Wii remotes making you bleed batteries? Discover some battery-saving tips, and save on video gaming costs.

    The Nintendo Wii gets a lot of cool points for motion-controlled, wireless technology and highly interactive gaming. But if you donít know any battery-saving tips, you might find yourself avoiding your system for want of double As. Donít drain your wallet dry; learn how to keep those handheld Wii remotes from draining all your batteries with some tips that conserve your all-important energy.

    The Wonder of Wii 

    The Nintendo Wii is no longer new news, but itís still highly popular and sought after by gamers. The motion control and gaming interaction alone make this console desired among players, but Wii offers still more features and extras to take gaming to whole new levels. Wii users can go online to play and even enjoy the new Wii Speak, which allows players to communicate even as they play, despite actual geographic separation.

    But letís face it: all game consoles and accessories are expensive. And since the Wii remotes and various remote accessories are all wireless, they receive their power the old-fashioned way: batteries. For a system thatís so advanced, this can be a little tediousÖespecially when you find yourself changing out those batteries all the time. 

    The more you play, the more you spend on those small power generators. And the reality is that even batteries arenít cheap, especially so if youíre logging long hours on the Wii. So, should you continue to throw your money at an endless parade of copper tops, or should you start to pick up some serious Wii battery-saving tips? Somehow, when gaming costs less itís even more enjoyable. 

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