NTSCU / PAL / JPN to KOR Region change

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Nov 30, 2010
  1. G0dLiKe
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    I´ve been talking to a serious Zelda collector recently and he stated that there is a release of some Zelda games on the KOR shop channel, so heres the question, is this possible to do, region change a NTSCU/PAL/JPN Wii to a KOR one for access to the KOR shop channel and get the desired games?

    Thx and any constructive input is highly recommended [​IMG]
     
  2. Liberty

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    I don't think there is any Zelda-game that has been only released in Korea.
     
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    Yeah but its about the KOR release of the games [​IMG]
     
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    You don't need to change your Wii region or anything, you can change your shop region in AnyRegionChanger. I'm not sure what Korea's code is, but there are lists all over. Basically, you need to run the Shop Channel and delete your account (NOTE: This will delete anything you've downloaded from the Shop Channel--WiiWare, VC, Internet Channel, etc. You will NOT be able to redownload things you've already purchased.), then change your shop region with ARC, load up the Shop Channel again and you'll have access to the Korean shop. No need to install a different version of the Shop Channel, they're all cross-compatible.
     
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    Why would you want the Korean version? They get releases of games that were out in the rest of the world a full two years later.
     

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