WiiD?

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by gixxaman, Mar 17, 2007.

  1. gixxaman
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    So i was looking at diveno and the Wiid came up as a modchip solution. Is this new or have i been out of the loop for a while?
     
  2. shadowboy

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    I'll look into it tho, gimme a minute.
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    Looks real, but lets see if maxconsole hypes it, if they do it sucks, if they don't it may be better than wiikey.
     
  3. Rayder

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    Got me a bag of that last night.....oh wait.....[​IMG]
     
  4. KINGOFNOOBS

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    Isn't WiiD illegal? What the heck man?
     
  5. Warm Woolly Shee

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    Butt City, FA rt
    Seems to be a clone chip of some sort, nobody knows for sure, and the team behind it won't reveal themselves.
     
  6. xiaNaix

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    The rumor is that this is from the Matrix Team. Several people (not from the team) have confirmed this but, honestly, I still doubt it. I can't see them putting out something this ugly and not offering anything over what's currently out there.
     
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    WHY would someone name their chip "weak"? [​IMG]

    WiiD looks like nothing more than Wiinja-on-a-quicksolder-PCB. I also doubt this came from Matrix Team. But of course some dummies will buy it just to say "Check it out, I got WEED in there!"

    At least WiiC includes a status LED and disable feature.