i have heard ntsc or pal or jap but never FR

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Nov 11, 2009
  1. wiihacker3000
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    whats up with rabbids go home? on WBFS it has Fr where should say PAL or NTSC and also where the ID is rgwx41 there should be rgwE41 or rgwP41 or rgwJ41 ....

    i wana to know why it has that because i dont wana brick my wii once i load the game....
     
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    sometimes you will find PAL versions will get several releases so need alternate titleID. I havent looked at rabbids though myself.
     
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    will it brick my wii?
     
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    Are you sure it doesn't say RF (region-free) ?
     
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    AFAIK games dont brick wii's, the udates on them do... so give it a try?
    Just my opinion until verified though...
     
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    ill try it [​IMG]
     
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    Most of the loaders (in fact all new ones) have the update blocker built in. Only updating your wii using an out of region update can cause trouble for your wii , and since its disabled now pretty much all regions are ok to use.

    ASCII Hex Region
    A 41 All regions. System channels like the Mii channel use it.
    D 44 German-speaking regions. Only if separate versions exist, e.g. Zelda: A Link to the Past
    E 45 USA and other NTSC regions except Japan
    F 46 French-speaking regions. Only if separate versions exist, e.g. Zelda: A Link to the Past.
    J 4A Japan
    K 4B Korea
    L 4C PAL/World?
    P 50 Europe, Australia and other PAL regions
    Q 51 Korea with Japanese language.
    T 54 Korea with English language.
    X 58 Not a real region code. Homebrew Channel uses it, though and generally considered to be PAL
     

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