[ask]what game is safe to play

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Mar 12, 2008
  1. superkiev
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    I'm using wiikey with US wii,
    is there any threat to play US backup games such as mario galaxy, strikers, and all those good games?
    I'm trying to find the compability list from this site..but it's only NTSC-J to NTSC-U.
    is there a list that provide NTSC-U to NTSC-U?
    sorry for the question if it's sound stupid..but I really need an answer to ease my mind.
    Thanks
     
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    You can play any US games on a US Wii..
     
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    even it's a backup game? cause I read in some forum..backup games can cause your wii brick even though it's from same region.
    thanks for the reply [​IMG]
     
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    Games from your own region are always safe.
    It's only dangerous when you try to run an update from a different region disc
     
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    As long as the update contained in the game matches the region of the Wii you are using (eg. NTSC-U update on an NTSC-U Wii), there is no way to brick your system. The only time you should be concerned and look for alternative methods is when using an updater from another region.

    Edit: kedest got in before me and explained it in a much more to the point form. Kudos.
     

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