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Monday, 31 December 2007 13:29

Unlocked Wii works great

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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A soldering job


We've seen Nintendo Wii unlocked in action, and we can confirm that after a small chip installation / soldering job, the console works with copied drives.

The chip costs about 30 € but you will need some skills to install it in your console.  The unlock is a few months old and it will help many people to make an easier buying decision.

Wii is by far the most fun way of playing in a while, as it involves some real interaction and exercising. This is the first console that goes away from the PC way of gaming.

Last modified on Wednesday, 02 January 2008 07:47
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