Best Wii U Accessory Kits in 2020



Botw 24pcs NFC Tag Cards for the Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild Switch Wii U Review:


These work. Like one reviewer said, by looking at them, it's difficult to tell which is which. The shipping was 10 days ahead of schedule which was a great surprise 😊 I'm very pleased with the seller and the product. I have "the complete official guide expansion edition" for BOTW. On page 366 of the guide, it describes what rewards come from each amiibo. After scanning the amiibo, i collect the rewards and look at the guide for which amiibo I just used. Some reviewers claim "there are duplicates," but it's not entirely true. A few of them give identical rewards: Link Twilight Princess (Legend Of Zelda) and Link (Super Smash Bros) give identical rewards. And Toon Link (Super Smash Bros) and Toon Link - The Wind Waker (30th anniversary LOZ) give identical rewards. If instead of buying these unlicenses copies you want to shell out extra money and test your luck finding a real amiibo for the reward, I'd suggest either Link - Twilight Princess (which is the same reward as Link SSB) which give you Epona - a horse with stats of 4/4/4 - 4 stregth, speed, stamina, and she comes fully bonded to you and has a gentile temperment.
The guide also describes all of the weapons in the game. I took notes on all of the game weapons and armor/clothing compared to the amiibo reward weapons and clothing. The best weapon from an amiibo is the BigGoron's Sword from Link - Ocarina of Time amiibo. The armor/clothing rewards from the amiiboes have equivalent stats to each other but offer different bonuses. The best clothing in the game is the Cap/Tunic/Trousers Of The Wild which is won from the Side Quest: A Gift From The Monks. The most useful clothing reward that comes from an amiibo is Fierce Diety Cap/Tunic/Trousers from the Link - Majora's Mask (LOZ) amiibo.
You can only scan each amiibo once per day, and it's not guaranteed that you'll get the optimal reward each time you scan it. I've used each one 3 times and have only been able to identify half of them because it took 1-3 scans to receive an optimal reward. Upon figuring out which one I scanned, I wrote on it with a Sharpie.



23 pcs NFC Cards for The Legend of Zelda Breath of The Wild Botw Switch Wii U Review:


I absolutely love these cards. I’m not one to normally write reviews, but this product deserves a positive one. I got these sort of in protest of looking all over the web for, and fighting in online bids on eBay over, the BOTW amiibo. It’s basically a seller’s market out there for the original figurines. I honestly was just interested in the Guardian and the Champions amiibo, and naturally I was disappointed/angry to find that people (including Amazon Prime) are charging over $20 for just one of each! I have to say I really enjoy the artwork on the cards (I thought they might cheesy at first, but not at all). The cards all work just as a regular amiibo would, and I love how sturdy they are. If you are like me and are not interested in spending ridiculous amounts of money for amiibo to take up a lot of space on your desk, dresser, tables, drawers, etc., you might just like these as an affordable and enjoyable alternative!



boshile 23 Pcs Botw NFC Cards for The Legend of Zelda Breath of The Wild Switch/Wii U- 23pcs with Crystal Case Review:


These cards are wonderful! I tested all of them each works. In my case each card matched to their corresponding character. I only had one duplicate, it was the card that gifts you Epona... so i could technically have two Eponas in game. Im not really upset about it though all the cards work and have saved me money.

They work just like any amiibo with your switch just tap the card on your right joy con stick and they should pop in. It may take a few tries but they should work. The seller also was very friendly and emailed me after my purchase to ask if i had any issues with the cards. You do run the risk of getting some duplicates or one not working but from what i've read it seems like they are very willing to help you out. I would highly recommend this product! especially if you want to save money,



TPLGO 24pcs Botw Nfc Game Cards for the Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild Switch / Wii U Review:


I am typically very skeptical of any 3rd party accessories for video games/consoles, but considering the cost (and limited availability) of the actual amiibos, I looked into these cards. I've used all 23 in Breath of the Wild, and all of them have worked. It took me a few tries to figure it out with the Switch Pro controller, but I eventually figured it out (so if a card doesn't seem to work on the first try, try it a few times before giving up). I understand the reason for the images on the cards due to copyright concerns, but there's a graphic on the amazon page that shows exactly what each card is. I was also surprised by the size of the cards (they are around the size of a postage stamp), but that's actually a nice feature in that they don't take up a lot of space, even with the plastic case it comes with (which is also a nice feature!). So if you're looking for an alternative to the actual amiibos for Breath of the Wild (or whatever other games they work with), these are a good (and much cheaper) alternative to go with.



TOMSIN Replacement LCD Display & Touch Screen Glass Digitizer Repair Part for Nintendo Wii U GamePad Review:


Like the other reviewers said, follow a YouTube video. I had to watch a few because I had a newer system that had some different cable placement.

Overall, I’m pleased with the end result. Over a year ago my Wii U screen had broken and I sent it in to Nintendo to get replaced. They charged me over a $100, but I am normally too scared to try and attempt to fix things on my own so I just payed the fee. When it broke the second time, I couldn’t afford to send it in again, so I decided to take my chances on buying this kit.

The kit comes with a “new” LCD Screen, a new Digitizer, and two screwdrivers to help you disassemble your Wii U. I say “new” because the screen had a fingerprint and what appeared to be a few scuff marks on it. It also had a piece of plastic put over it to protect it I assume, but the plastic looked like it had been used several times already AND had pen marks on it! I was pretty peeved, but I used some camera lens solution and fiber cloth to pre-clean the screen and all marks were gone.

My digitizer wasn’t broken, so I was able to place it on the new LCD screen, no problem.

If you buy this kit, or one similar to it, I recommend three things:

1. Take note of where all the screws go. I accidentally put two in the wrong place and had to disassemble everything again.
2. Have a second person on standby while repairing your Wii U. There’s a lot of tiny wires and ribbons that get caught easily as you reassemble, so it helps to have one person holding them back and another screwing stuff back on.
3. Get some screen cleaner and a fiber cloth to clean your new LCD screen and/or digitizer. Although the product isn’t damaged, that doesn’t mean it’s not clean.



Wii U Fit Meter Review:


This review is for the Fit Meter accessory only. Now keep in mind that this device works in conjunction with the Wii Fit U software, so there are additional benefits (that come with the software) which won't be covered in great detail. These include detailed activity graphs and a few "minigames," but don't worry, much like this device they work fantastically well to track your activity and make it fun to do so.

Let's now focus on this device. For starters, it is only $20 msrp, which is very affordable as far as activity trackers go. There's quite a bit of tech packed inside including an accelerometer, 3-axis gyroscope, altimeter, thermometer, and a low-power display. Basically, it is designed to monitor virtually any activity you are engaged in and do so very accurately. So far my experience with it has absolutely confirmed that it does.... for the most part. Activities that involve more upper body work (like weight lifting) or activities like biking don't get recorded on this device, but there is an option to add it manually to Wii Fit U if you so desire. Other than that, it is very accurate as it takes into account not only steps, but also exercise intensity and elevation changes to give a rather accurate reading of how many calories you burn and METS you expend. The low-power display readout can show everything that the device records during the day, week, or several weeks depending on what info you're looking for - so the info is always at your fingertips.

Syncing the Fit Meter to Wii Fit U is as simple as it could get, with only a button to push then you're done. While it's probably for your benefit to sync it every day, the meter can store up to 7 days of altitude change and 28 days of steps/calories burned between syncs - handy if you're on vacation. A button cell battery is pre-installed, and while I can't comment on battery life just yet, it is easy to replace if necessary. In addition to the low-power screen there is an auto standby function too, so the device is very power conscious.

All in all, for the price of this device and the set of features it has packed inside, this purchase is a no-brainer. If you have a Wii U and balance board already, and buy this before the end of January you get Wii Fit U for FREE too! If you buy it after, or as an additional accessory for another family member, the value and usefulness of the Fit Meter are both so high that I would still wholeheartedly recommend you pick another one of these up. Thank you again, Nintendo, for helping us to stay really really good looking.



NFC Tag Game Cards for the Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild Switch/Wii U - 30pcs Mini Cards Review:


These things are amazing!!! Perfect if you want be introduced to the world of Amiibos without spending an arm and a leg. I highly recommend buying these.
They all worked! Not a single one was a "dud", and best of all: The Wolf Link card spawns a Wolf with the maximum number of hearts!! That alone was such a pleasant surprise I could hardly believe it.
The cards are sturdy, the art on them doesn't always make it exactly clear which Amiibo they represent, but that was easy enough to figure out by using them.
They're one of my best purchases this year, for sure. Perfect purchase!!



Protective Case with Neck Strap for Wii U GamePad Review:


So far it's the best choice if you're looking for a case that allows your gamepad to charge on the dock and show off the designs of the wind waker edition gamepad.
It has enough coverage on the back side to keep your mind at ease when laying the gamepad on hard surfaces.

Only negative is the part that covers the home button. While the rest of the case fits nice and tight, this part hangs a bit low from the home button and built in mics. I may use some scissors to reshape it.

Also, I didn't bother with the neck strap. Good thing there's no dangling attachments on the case though. You won't even notice something was supposed to attach to the bottom.

Overall this case should be sufficient for protection from scratched and MINOR drops. It's made of a hard TPU, not soft silicone. Although I doubt I'd have to worry about hard drops since its not something I swing around hardwood floors at chest height. If that's the case, use the cheesy neck strap I guess



REDGO 2X Motion Plus Adapter Sensor for Nintendo Wii Wii U Remote Controller White Review:


The motion works perfect, only problem I had was one of the 2 I got didn't seem to plug in. I opened it up and found that due to it being somewhat cheaply made, the plug was pushing back due to there being empty space in the place that holds the plug, I jamed a piece of hair brush in the spots and put it back together and now it works fine. Not horrible for the price, but if you don't have the sense to read this review or arnt that great with a screwdriver, you might be a little upset.