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#1  Edited By Mikewrestler5

@JasonR86 said:

@Mikewrestler5 said:

I really wonder why GI blatantly lied about being able to do such a thing.

Well, they didn't exactly lie per se. Here's the line in the article;

" Through this the Wii U supports up to 1080p resolution and surround sound (six-channel PCM linear output). There is no optical port so users will have to run an HDMI cable from the Wii U to a compatible receiver and from there to the TV if they want full high definition and surround sound. Otherwise, you can run analog stereo sound out of the standard AV multi out."

So they didn't say that you could run composite audio with HDMI video. I sort of guessed at that based off of what I read.

True. But you can't even do what they're saying. You can't split any audio whatsoever.

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#2  Edited By Mikewrestler5

I really wonder why GI blatantly lied about being able to do such a thing.

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#3  Edited By Mikewrestler5

@Rolyatkcinmai: I have been doing that as well for Nintnedo Land, but do all of the Wii U games mirror the same audio to the gamepad? I'd hate to miss out on something.

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#4  Edited By Mikewrestler5

@JasonR86: The only audio options I can is changing it from stereo, mono, or surround sound. And I have already tried to plugging up the composite cables. Nothing.

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#5  Edited By Mikewrestler5

@JasonR86: Wow. I wish that was true. But it's not. Unless I am missing something, I couldn't find a way to do it.

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#6  Edited By Mikewrestler5

I've tried everything to get the Wii U to run a separate stream of audio. Nothing works. Why didn't Nintnedo make an option to run audio from a different source rather than just HDMI? The PS3 and 360 let you do it. Could they possibly patch in an option down the line?

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#7  Edited By Mikewrestler5

@Rotnac said:

Downloading Slender now and immediately regretting this decision after reading some people's reactions.

Can someone tell me if this is more or less frightening than Amnesia?

Compared to Slender, Amnesia is nothing.

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#8  Edited By Mikewrestler5

I can't believe how terrifying this game is. I just got done playing it, and I don't think I'll be playing it again.

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#9  Edited By Mikewrestler5

This looks great, and it shows the potential of Windows 8. I can't wait to upgrade from Vista to 8 when it's released.

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#10  Edited By Mikewrestler5

The videos they have shot and cut together are miles ahead of what GB has done since its inception.