Wii Update Kills Twilight Princess Hack and Homebrew

According to the Nintendo Everything site, if you update your Wii the Twilight Princess save data will be deleted if its been corrupted by the well-known exploit.

This update will “check for and automatically remove such save files” that are unauthorized save files. So, it want to be able to take advantage of the Twilight Princess hack in the future, don’t update your Wii.

From the site:

Update: “With this update, you can now move a Mii from the Mii plaza to the Mii parade in the Mii Channel. To do this, simply pick up a Mii using the A and B buttons and then release it over the Mii Parade icon in the upper right corner of the screen.” – Nintendo Wii email

Update 2: Reports are coming in that the Wii Freeloader no longer works with this new update. Also, most have been able to use the homebrew channel, but if it was not installed before the update, it still seems that you will be unable to install it after the update.

Via: Nintendo Everything

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2 Comments on Wii Update Kills Twilight Princess Hack and Homebrew

Serious Sandy Nazi Jr.

On June 17, 2008 at 7:18 am

Jesus Christ. Nintendo keep digging themselves further into a hole. This is NOT going to earn them any favor with their fans. Realistically, it’s just going to cause more hacks to be found and made.

What the is their problem? (Rhetoric, we all know what it is, they’re idiots)


On September 30, 2008 at 12:56 am

:cool: dude i work at the redmond call center! go nintendo! dude yuo cant keep scumming it for free without the expectation of returning dimishments to the things you try to sneakish out with. go catz@