• Do kids these days still play the Wii?

    13 answers · 6 months ago
  • If I were to sell a Nintendo wii, how much would you be willing to pay?

    Best answer: I think $50 may be a high estimate. There are a ton out there and little demand. I would guess more like $30.

    When looking at eBay, note that what you see are what hasn't sold yet. You'd want to look at the completed auctions to get an idea of what it may be worth.
    Best answer: I think $50 may be a high estimate. There are a ton out there and little demand. I would guess more like $30.

    When looking at eBay, note that what you see are what hasn't sold yet. You'd want to look at the completed auctions to get an idea of what it may be worth.
    4 answers · 6 months ago
  • Is the Wii U worth buying?

    Best answer: At this point, probably not. The Wii U has already been succeeded by the Switch.
    Best answer: At this point, probably not. The Wii U has already been succeeded by the Switch.
    4 answers · 6 months ago
  • How do you feel about the switch?

    8 answers · 6 months ago
  • How much will a Nintendo Wii sell for now?

    I have a White nintendo Wii with a bunch of games and accessories and I was just wondering how much they are selling for still when in good condition, if they even are selling at all.
    I have a White nintendo Wii with a bunch of games and accessories and I was just wondering how much they are selling for still when in good condition, if they even are selling at all.
    4 answers · 6 months ago
  • Could you sell a game pad with a broken screen, and if so, for how much?

    I have 2 broken Wii U gamepads just sitting at my computer desk, and I plan on selling them to a place like GameStop along with a couple games. I want to know how much I’d get selling them.
    I have 2 broken Wii U gamepads just sitting at my computer desk, and I plan on selling them to a place like GameStop along with a couple games. I want to know how much I’d get selling them.
    4 answers · 6 months ago
  • Where I can find Wii System Menu 1.0 WAD?

    Don't say anything like "search for it in google". Just help me if you can.
    Don't say anything like "search for it in google". Just help me if you can.
    4 answers · 6 months ago
  • How do you get a wii point code generator?

    5 answers · 7 months ago
  • How do i unban my pirated wii?

    So when I was younger I was trying to connect to the internet with my wii. Then it turned off. When i turned it on. There was a black screen with random text in it. I need help
    So when I was younger I was trying to connect to the internet with my wii. Then it turned off. When i turned it on. There was a black screen with random text in it. I need help
    4 answers · 7 months ago
  • Would my Nintendo Switch overheat if I leave it charging overnight?

    Best answer: While any electronic device (like the Switch) will generate a little heat while charging, it's way less than the amount of heat generated when in use (especially when doing stuff that's processing intensive or using a lot of extra components at the same time... Pokémon GO on mobile devices, for example,... show more
    Best answer: While any electronic device (like the Switch) will generate a little heat while charging, it's way less than the amount of heat generated when in use (especially when doing stuff that's processing intensive or using a lot of extra components at the same time... Pokémon GO on mobile devices, for example, utilizes GPS, tilt sensors, WiFi / Cellular Data, touch screen & even BlueTooth for optional external devices).

    Assuming you provide it adequate ventilation & reasonable ambient temperatures, you should be OK with overnight charging.

    The general rule of thumb for electronic devices is... If it's too hot (and / or humid) for you, it's DEFINITELY too hot (and / or humid) for your devices (as electronics prefer a little cooler temperatures & a little drier air than humans).
    5 answers · 8 months ago
  • Why did the Nintendo Switch prices go so up?

    Best answer: THE PRICE HAS REMAINED THE SAME! The MSRP for the Nintendo switch is $299.99 (roughly $300) US & all major retailers have the Switch listed EXACTLY at that price (for marketing reasons, since charging more would cause potential buyers to look elsewhere for a lower price) & any quick research on their... show more
    Best answer: THE PRICE HAS REMAINED THE SAME! The MSRP for the Nintendo switch is $299.99 (roughly $300) US & all major retailers have the Switch listed EXACTLY at that price (for marketing reasons, since charging more would cause potential buyers to look elsewhere for a lower price) & any quick research on their websites (as I've checked Gamestop & Best Buy on this). Any deviation on that price is likely the result of bundling (with games & other extras) OR resellers attempting price gouging (causing artificial shortages in an attempt to increase their profit margin).

    If you live outside the US, prices may be readjusted to current exchange rates... since is pretty common between US & Canada where $1.00 US is currently ~$1.27 CAN (at time of post)... so $300.00 US could be noted at $400.00 CAN (although the current exchange rate would ~$382.68 CAN). The same can be happen in Asia (where prices may be based on the Japanese Yen) & Europe (where prices may be based on the Euro).

    Please do a bit more research on pricing & provide a bit more information prior to asking similar questions.
    4 answers · 8 months ago
  • Is there some way to hook up your Gamecube or Wii to your computer?

    I just cannot figure out Dolphin and how to use ISOs. For most of the games I want to play, the ISOs don't even exist or are hard to find. I have a physical gamecube and wii though. All I want to do is to somehow stream my games to someone online via Google Hangouts. So is there some way I can get my monitor to... show more
    I just cannot figure out Dolphin and how to use ISOs. For most of the games I want to play, the ISOs don't even exist or are hard to find. I have a physical gamecube and wii though. All I want to do is to somehow stream my games to someone online via Google Hangouts. So is there some way I can get my monitor to show the games or something? I doubt it, but it's the only thing I can think to do.
    4 answers · 9 months ago
  • On my nintendo wii remote plus, the 4th led doesnt flash when i turn it on. is this normal?

    Best answer: DON'T PANIC! NOTHING IS WRONG WITH YOUR WIIMOTES! When turning on any Wiimote (for the Wii OR Wii U), the flashing lights indicate battery strength on a 4-point scale that the Wii & Wii U will report as well. As the batteries wear on, less lights will start flashing (going from 4 & eventually... show more
    Best answer: DON'T PANIC! NOTHING IS WRONG WITH YOUR WIIMOTES!

    When turning on any Wiimote (for the Wii OR Wii U), the flashing lights indicate battery strength on a 4-point scale that the Wii & Wii U will report as well. As the batteries wear on, less lights will start flashing (going from 4 & eventually stopping at 1) when you wake up your Wiimotes. When you only see one flashing light is when you'll probably want to consider replacing the battery (as they're running low) as many of your games will annoy you with a "Low Battery" warning during gameplay.

    This helpful feature is noted in the Wii Operations Manual as a graphic...

    * For Original Wii (RVL-001) owners, this is listed on Page 25
    * For Wii Family Edition (RVL-101) & Wii Mini (RVL-201) owners, this is listed on Page20

    (You can download PDF versions of these manuals at https://en-americas-support.nintendo.com... )

    You can also see the source link below that notes this as well (in word form, NOT in a graphic) about this.


    The only time you may run into MINOR concerns is if you put in fresh batteries & the 4th LED doesn't flash, despite the system saying the Wiimote has a full charge. In this case, it's possible that the 4th LED may have burned out (highly unlikely, since LED's tend to last a couple of decades) or shorted out.


    Hope this helps!
    4 answers · 9 months ago
  • How much does a brand new WII sell for?

    4 answers · 10 months ago
  • Why is Nintendo stop making Nintendo games on the Wii U.?

    Best answer: Wii U was a commercial failure in the market, so Nintendo "switched" tracks to move their dev teams to the new system, Nintendo Switch. Zelda for Wii U is the last first party game coming out for that system. The rare third party and indie devs still may support it for some time, Ubisoft is releasing... show more
    Best answer: Wii U was a commercial failure in the market, so Nintendo "switched" tracks to move their dev teams to the new system, Nintendo Switch.

    Zelda for Wii U is the last first party game coming out for that system.

    The rare third party and indie devs still may support it for some time, Ubisoft is releasing Just Dance 2018 on Switch, Wii U, and the Wii, of all places.
    5 answers · 10 months ago
  • Is it possible to restore a deleted file on mario kart wii?

    Best answer: My condolences for your lost data. Unlike computers, there's no way to "undelete" data on a console. Once it's deleted, it's gone forever! To make matters worse, Mario Kart Wii's safe file is copy-protected (as noted on Page 4 of the game manual) due to online multiplayer support, so... show more
    Best answer: My condolences for your lost data. Unlike computers, there's no way to "undelete" data on a console. Once it's deleted, it's gone forever!

    To make matters worse, Mario Kart Wii's safe file is copy-protected (as noted on Page 4 of the game manual) due to online multiplayer support, so there's no official way to make any back-ups either.


    Unofficially, there's two ways to back-up such data... but it requires you to modify your Wii (WARNING: VOIDS WARRANTIES) & use a homebrew back-up method.

    First option is the SaveMii tool within BootMii (which create a snapshot of your Wii's internal storage at that particular time) that can be use to effectively "roll back the clock" on the system with the RestoreMii tool... but this can be lengthy (around 20-30 minutes for SaveMii to create the back-up, around 5 minutes for RestoreMii to make the necessary changes) & does the entire system (as an "All or Nothing" deal), so you cannot choose what gets changed.

    Second option is GaveGame Manager GX, which allows you back up & restore any game (even copy-protected ones) to an SD card or a USB storage device.


    HOWEVER, much like PC back-ups, they have to be made BEFORE the damage occurs... which is the sad truth here.

    The only other protective measure (which is a bit late to protect your lost data, but may protect other stuff) is to go all out on the parental controls & lock down everything. I know you'll have to enter your security PIN any time you want to play a game or do anything drastic, but it'll present a roadblock to anybody who doesn't have that PIN.


    Normally Nintendo places obvious warnings about data not be recoverable in these situations, but a quick require of the Mario Kart Wii Manual & the various versions of the Wii Operations Manual as well as the Channel & Settings Manual... instead of resorting to on-screen warnings generally asking you to confirm your decision (as you generally have to hit delete two or three times before goes through).


    I know this isn't the answer you want to hear, but it's the harsh truth that you'll have to live with. I understand the pain of losing a long-standing save file, having lost a save file on a Pokémon game with over 500 hours logged due to the death of an internal battery. Just get through the common steps of grief, make some contingency plans (to minimize risks in the future) & move on.
    4 answers · 11 months ago
  • Wii or Wii U?

    6 answers · 11 months ago