Wii Game Booklets

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by thehritzinator, Jun 26, 2010.

  1. thehritzinator
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    thehritzinator GBAtemp Regular

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    So I recently bought white wii boxes for my games. I printed covers but I really want the little game booklet on the inside left cover. Is there a site where I can download these?

    p.s. Please dont tell me to use a USB Loader rather than disc backups. I Have an 8 gb Flash drive so I cant hold many games through USB Loading.
     
  2. Krestent

    Krestent What to post?

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    Check Gamefly's website.
     
  3. OncleJulien

    OncleJulien tool of peers

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    and those discs, plastic cases, and paper are free, right?

    c'mon, man...save the money you are investing in disc loading and get a usb drive, all the cool kids are doin' it.
     
  4. Burton

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    In the end you will get tire of searching , printing, cutting inserting.

    Edit: Forgot buying paper and ink...and of course the cases [​IMG]
     
  5. thehritzinator
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    thehritzinator GBAtemp Regular

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    Actually the public library in my area lets u print 10 pages for free each day, so i dont pay for ink or paper, and the cases r old cases i have from old dvds that i dont use anymore/cant find.
     
  6. Riicky

    Riicky GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Gamefly's site does have scans of the booklets in PDF form
     
  7. thehritzinator
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    I used Gamefly's Site, but now i need to Guitar Hero World Tour Booklet. Any Idea Where I can get that at?
     
  8. Riley

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    Making game booklets is a waste of time. games are usually between 1-3 GB each. USBLOADING FTW. Just switch them with your computer when you want to play new games.
     
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