Hardware Family Ski Question

Kuronekokun

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Setup I'm using:

Console: NTSC-U (v3.1U)
Chip: Wiikey 1.9g
ISO: Brick Blocked

I can run the game, but for some reason it's in English, and there doesn't seem to be a settings menu to change it to Japanese
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(As far as I know, there is only a Japanese release of the game at the moment)

I would like to switch the language so that it stops the "Error no message" stuff... anyone know how to do it?
Do I have to use a non-brick blocked version to get Japanese?

Thanks in advance.

(great game by the way
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I don't there is any way to change language.
but this case makes me wonder if wii has a translator, cos it should be only japanese language in it. why it can display some english?
 

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Because your ntsc wii only has english and no japanese language option in the firmware, the game autoboots in english.
Same story on my pal console, i have the language set to dutch, yet it still boots in english.

Well, atleast we can play it, and most of the things are translated anyway.
 

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