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    Hack Wii And Play Games from a Hard Drive

    icrosoft’s Xbox 360 lets you copy your games to the hard drive or a properly formatted USB drive up to 16GB.  Unfortunately, you still have to insert the disc to play the game – this insures you don’t copy and return the game or resell it.

    Hack Wii And Play Games from a Hard Drive

    But what about the Wii?  Well good and bad news.  The good news is that this too is possible on the Nintendo video games system.  The bad news is that you have to hack it to accomplish this feat.

    But once complete, you’ll never have to play your games from the disc, let alone insert it into them into the console’s disc drive. Lifehacker has a complete run down of how to install Wii games onto a hard drive and play them.  The process, they say, takes 10 minutes.

    Published on April 21, 2010

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