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Download Link: http://sharecash.org/download.php?file=2236198 or http://www.filesonic.com/file/1702532694
(( 1 )) To extract this torrent you will need UTorrent:http://www.filesonic.com/file/1681727004
(( 2 )) This torrent contains a Nintendo Wii Game in WBFS format, which is actually just a compressed ISO image. It is important to note that your Wii reads this file directly from a hard drive (there is really no need to convert it). However, this game can easily be converted back to a full-size ISO faster than it takes to extract a ZIP file using either of these programs for Windows or Mac:
(( 3 )) In order to play this game on your Nintendo Wii, you will need a special chip installed that allows it to play backed-up games, or you will need to perform a soft-mod and install The Homebrew Channel. Here is an excellent source for everything you need to know about soft-modding your Wii and installing The Homebrew Channel:
What is this:
This is an archived site-rip of a very reliable Wii Homebrew Soft-mod Guide. All of the information you need to soft-mod your Wii is on this site, in a very easy-to-follow tutorial which can be performed no matter what version of System Menu you are operating on. This guide will allow you to play backed-up or downloaded games on your Wii! I have taken the liberty to rip this site in case it ever goes offline for any reason.
Instruction to instal this homebrew:
Unzip the archive and follow the html link in the folder to get started. All content that was on the site is located in the folder and can be browsed offline, however, if there were links to other sites (which there are some) you will require an internet connection to get to those sites.
(( 1 )) To get Wii games onto your console after you have bought a chip or performed a soft-mod, you will need to put them on an external hard drive or burn them to a disc. Whenever you burn a Wii ISO image to a disc, always burn at a slower speed (2x or 4x) for best results and use a dual-layer disc if the ISO exceeds 8 GB in size. You can use one of these programs for Windows or Mac:
(( 2 )) If you own an external hard drive and want to play Wii games directly off of it, use one of the following programs for Windows or Mac to format the hard drive to WBFS and transfer games:
(( 3 )) To play the Wii games after transferring them to an external hard drive, you will need what is called a USB loader of some sort. It is important to note that some USB Loaders can read games from an NTFS or FAT32 partition (just copy the WBFS file to the main root of the device), but there are limitations to each of these and you will generally have more success formatting to WBFS.
You can use this USB loaders to play your games:
USB Loader GX:http://www.filesonic.com/file/1702521614
- Install using setup.
- Plug in the hard drive or USB stick.
- Run the application.
- Choose the correct drive letter.
- Click Load. (If you haven't already formatted the disk to WBFS, you can do that by clicking Format).
- You should now see any backups on the drive on the left hand side.
- You can drag and drop ISO files from Windows Explorer onto the right hand side or you can click the browse button.
- Click the Add to Drive button to copy them over to the WBFS drive.
This Game that I uploaded is in NTSC-U (North American) format, but many can also be played with PAL (European) or NTSC-J (Japanese & Korean) Wii hardware.
This Game has been tested thoroughly and works perfectly on an NTSC Wii console using USB Loader GX, with the setting "Force NTSC" enabled.
The reason this Wii game might be smaller in size than the original ISO file is the result of super-compression only. I have not taken out anything but empty data, and if converted back to ISO this game will certainly be full-size, either 4.3 GB or 8.5 GB.
Wii Emulator for PC:
In order to play this game on your PC, you will need a very fast CPU and a high-performance graphics card. A special tip: Press Control-Shift-Escape to open the Task Manager, and end the process explorer.exe while running the Dolphin Emulator. When finished playing, go back to the Task Manager and press File, New Task and type in explorer.exe and click OK.
Here is the only successful Wii Emulator for PC:
(Please note that not every Wii game is currently compatible with a PC emulator yet)