Action Replay for the Wii, any problems?

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by LishaFTW, Dec 28, 2008.

  1. LishaFTW
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    LishaFTW Newbie

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    Hey, I'm a novice at hacking if you can call me that. Basically I just buy Action Replay products for my consoles, so yeah... Please dumb down any suggestions you have for me please!
    Anyway, Action Replay for the Wii is out and I wanted to buy it in order to hack my Animal Crossing: Let's go to the City game. I asked another guy if there were any risks and he said it could brick my Wii. He wasn't really clear so I'm rather confused, so seeing as though you guys practically know what the Wii "likes" and doesn't "like" I'd just like to ask. I thought Action Replay was just a few powersaves or something, I dunno... So, if you could help me, I'd be really grateful. Thanks. [​IMG]
     
  2. afif95

    afif95 I own a bungalow on Mars, and booked 4 corner lots

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    Well, a disk can't hurt your Wii AFAIK.

    Plus, Ocarina is something like Action Replay, but free.


    Wait, do you even softmodded or hardmodded your Wii?
     
  3. LishaFTW
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    My Wii is bought from the store, I haven't done any modifications to it. [​IMG]
     
  4. afif95

    afif95 I own a bungalow on Mars, and booked 4 corner lots

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    Well then, unless you intent to softmod or hardmod your Wii (Mostly softmod), you are wrong to ask here.

    Headover to GameFAQ's forums and ask.

    If you intent to softmod your Wii, well, take a look at the "Twilight Hack" sticky.

    And AFAIK, game discs couldn't brick your Wii
     
  5. ChaosBoi

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    It shouldn't brick your Wii, especially since AR doesn't tamper with the systems they're designed to be used for. And if you plan on using homebrew for your Wii, you're better off using Ocarina since it's free and it already has a bunch of codes out for it.