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« on: February 10, 2011, 04:53:19 PM »

Well, I had both the Gameshark and Action Replay for the PS2 back in the day, so I'm wondering:

Aren't there any cheat codes or cheat devices for the Nintendo Wii, like there were for the PS2?

Y'see, I'm beating myself over the head, trying to slog through this tedious Wii JRPG called Arc Rise Fantasia.

I don't really care for the battle system, and the game doesn't look like it's going to be ultimately rewarding enough for me to make the time investment of all the level-building I'll have to do...

Granted, I'm about...30 hours in already?! Okay, yeah, I'd rather not spend...90 hours, or whatever it will end up being, just to finish this one damn game...

...and I can imagine there're be other Wii games I'll want to hack, as well.

Any help? At all? Please?
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« Reply #1 on: February 10, 2011, 09:07:28 PM »

Ocarina is the one I see mentioned online. There is nothing officially released for the Wii. This seems pretty legit though from forum posts around the web. It's homebrew, but I don't think there's anything illegal so I guess it's okay to post.


Just do some more searching for Ocarina Wii online and you should get more info on how to use it and what not.
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« Reply #2 on: February 11, 2011, 08:25:46 PM »

Sorry, going to be a bit anal here and cut out the link and lock the thread since homebrew can very easily be the first step towards piracy and still isn't kosher with Nintendo anyway. You'll have to search on what to do yourself, but the answer is pretty much "if you want to cheat you have to use homebrew". Any proper devices would just get locked out by firmware updates anyway.
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