[Noob Question] I am about to buy A Wii with d2ckey

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by jhjsaat, May 27, 2008.

  1. jhjsaat
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    Hi all,

    I am a long time Nintendo fan, and about to buy a Wii with d2ckey. I much of all are interested in the first party titles of the Gamecube and Wii.

    But I read story's about updates that can brick your Wii.

    Ok my question in short is what games I can not play with a d2ckey and what games can break my Wii....?

    Also does anyone known how the gamecube support is from the d2ckey??

    (all games will be back up copy's I only make like 200 dollar a month [​IMG] )

    Please help me! Thanks!! [​IMG]
     
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    Member mattlouf GBAtemp Regular

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    Simple and safe way: ALWAYS use ISO from same region of your WII (NTSC USA / NTSC JAP or PAL).
    To play IMPORT (other region), use DATEL FREELOADER.
     
  3. retrospect

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    Irony at it's peak there.

    Yes it will run pirated Gamecube discs. (They aren't back-ups unless you are backing-up an original).
     
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    Newcomer jhjsaat Advanced Member

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    Irony I known I use to live in Holland where they where did sale Nintendo games now here In Argentina they do not sale the games and ship them from somewhere else is lots of cash and risky [​IMG]

    I miss out at all the gamecube time and now missing out on the wii trying to find a way to keep buying them this is the best way to do something about it on budget. [​IMG] Yeah I am not happy about it but Nintendo not care for Argentina at the moment!
     

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