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The Nintendo Wii U also has USB 2.0 ports rather than 3.0, which opens up the possibility of using a vast array of external drives rather than the USB 3.0 models required for Xbox One.Indeed, you could opt for the same amount of memory as us and it will only set you back little more than £20 for the drive itself.It's also worth considering an even larger drive than that as there are reports of people successfully using storage solutions of up to 4TB, although we think that's a bit overkill.We even found a 1TB external drive we tested to be a bit much (hence opting for the 320GB version), but at least you know it works.Nintendo, in particular, have had a problem this generation with piracy thanks to the widespread availability of flash cards for the DS and the ease of hacking the Nintendo Wii to run Homebrew.In a new update to the Wii’s system software, Nintendo is once again tackling piracy head on.
One way around that though, something we discovered, is to buy yourself a USB Y-cable.
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No company is particularly happy about piracy of their software, and that is doubly true when it comes to consoles.
READ: 10 great games that will make you buy a Nintendo Wii UThe external HDD we opted for was a Samsung S2 Portable model we've been using with a laptop for the last few years.
It's compact and can happily sit out of the way, but one of the best reasons to choose it was that we already knew it ran nigh-on silently.
However, if you want to move across files to the new drive so that future titles install directly onto the Wii U, you can do that too.