I don't know if you guys heard but a fansite called "beyond the camera lens" is creating a patch for Fatal Frame 4. It'll translate the game that publishers REFUSE to bring across seas. Here's the catch though. " We are attempting a very ambitious patch which will patch the original game on-the-fly, something that to my knowledge has never been attempted before. Should we succeed, the patch will be read off an SD card and run through the Wii Memory Management menu, and will function as long as you have the original game in your disc drive. Should the patching method be successfully implemented, the game will run on any Wii, any version, any region." How is this possible? Is this the first time? Will it actually work? Last I checked, Marcan said that the Wii couldn't communicate with the game, while the game was in play, so on the fly Hacking wouldn't work via SD cards. So why are these people so confident? From what it looks like right here There plans are likely possible. So if it is, then what does this mean for the hombrew community? Well if we are able to figure out how to do similar things we can enable things like Translations, Texture editing, Adding Online to games (tricking multiplayer software or something), and much more. Maybe this can open to an otherwise small ceiling to a huge sky. What do you guys think?