How To Copy Wii Games Without Sacrificing Warranty

October 3, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

A concern that has continued to bother Nintendo Wii owners is the asking price it has on its games, which can go up to 50 dollars per game. This will be worth it if it?s a game you really like and something that you know you can spend endless hours on. If that is how you play your 50 dollar game then it will definitely be worth every last cent, that?s if your game doesn?t conk-out on you. Sometimes the game you enjoy playing just stops working, no matter how many times you try cleaning it or blowing your game console of accumulated dust , it simply fails to work.

There can only be one reason for this, it?s already worn-out. Even if you take proper care of your games by always keeping it in its case and cleaning it from time to time, it still endures damage during long play. A CD constantly spinning at 5,000 revolutions per minute for hours will most probably affect its quality, until one day when the CD will just stop working because of the amount of beatings it endured. Because of this, people are now starting to learn how to copy Wii games that serve as a back up to avoid things like this from happening.

There are different ways to copy Wii games that you can find online, the two major ways are either to install a mod chip by opening the console or to download a software that makes copying games directly to your computer possible. Having to open your Wii console yourself doesn?t sound like a good idea because you're risking it from potential damage and voiding its much needed warranty; on the other hand downloading a program is something everyone can do and is the more practical choice.

At the end of the day, how you want to copy your Wii games will depend on your preference since it is yourself who will ultimately gain from this attempt. Just to make sure, a little research online will be beneficial and will most probably point you towards the direction you are most comfortable with. Make it a point to back-up your games so you can retrieve them in case the original copy breaks down.