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    Battery life will depend on a lot of things. For one, if you don't use the motion sensing capabilites much then it shouldn't consume a lot of battery. The same should be true if you arent using the nunchuk peripheral. I've been playing a lot of wii sports and zelda, probably about 20 hours and my batteries are still full, and they are the ones I got with it.

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    Three bars today, after playing Zelda for the past 5 hours (since I bought it )
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    The batteries that came in with my Wiimote (panasonic) lasted for less then 20 hours of play. I put Duracells in it to replace them. The 2nd Wiimote has yet to run low. Im hoping that using Energizer E2 will give me a quite extended amount of time. Any thoughts on using lithium bats?

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    I just replaced my batteries today. I recommend getting a set of NMh batteries. They are rechargeable, last 3x as long as alkalines per charge, and they cost the same as high-end alkalines. Just don't get the 5-minute charge ones. They don't last as long.
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    Don't leave your Wii remote facing down... the batteries will DIE SO FAST!

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    The batteries that came with the Wii have died after a week and a half, I also had no sound on the wiimote and rumble turned off.

    I have clocked just under 8 hours on Zelda, and have probably been playing wiisports up to 2 hours a time for the past week and a half.

    That's poor, I won't be able to afford to keep feeding this wiimote at this rate!

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    i have changed my batteries 4 times in less than a month....implaying too much lol

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    Get Rechargable batteries. Thats what I'm using. I get about 10-18 hours of gameplay with sound and rumble.

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    Yep rechargable batteries are good..but they don't tend to last long on my controller. I defo need to buy a better set of rechargables

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    Nyko is coming out with a charge station for the Wii for $30 pretty soon

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