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For the ordinary Wii gamer, it can be hard to imagine ways of maximizing the console’s potential. But the truth is, with the right “tinkering”, there is much more that this cool device can do, from playing region-free backup games, DVDs, MP3s, and a host of homebrew apps that were created by a vast network of people. Unfortunately, that kind of “tinkering” typically means installing a special mod chip, and end up costing money, or possibly breaking the device completely.
The Truth About Wii Unlock Plus
The Wii Unlock Plus is a special software that was created and developed by Sean Fisher. A gamer can access this software by paying for membership to the club. The software itself is a small package, which is to be downloaded and saved on an SD card. That SD card can then be inserted into the console, and the installation of the software then proceeds.
Once installed, its foremost benefit is to allow the loading of backup, imported, and even emulated packages, things that are not typically possible with the standard console. Regarding backup games, the software allows copied CDs to be played, bypassing the security checks of the device. It also allows the saving of multiple games onto a USB hard drive, and lets the user play them without the original disc. For the imports, it will allow various formats, even from NTSC or PAL, to play without a hitch. And as for the emulation, It will allow games from PS1, SNES, and others, except perhaps the PS3.
The second major benefit of the software is its ability to play homebrew games. Simply put, these are programs which are not officially sanctioned by Nintendo, but which certain individuals have created to take advantage of the console’s raw capabilities. These are quite fun in and of themselves, and further extends the uses of the console. Other benefits include the ability to watch your favorite DVD movies, play music, display personal videos and photos, and even read books, using homebrew applications. All of this is possible because it remains within the Wii’s capacity. For example, when playing originals, the console does play videos, music, and text from those programs. It simply isolates these abilities and enables them to have non-Wii applications.
All in all, the entire package contains many things, including the unlock software itself, and a homebrew database filled with homebrew games, homebrew applications, as well as the latest cheats, guides and unlockables for over 600 Wii games. It also includes many themes to enable customization of the Wii’s home menu. For its minimal cost, it does what it says, and there appears to be no problems with most, if not all games. In addition, it eliminates the need to install any potentially dangerous hardware, and gives the best benefit of all: saving money. So for hardcore, adventurous gamers who are willing to milk their console for everything it’s worth, and who can take a little risk, Wii Unlock Plus can be worth the effort.