tested, i bought the uk version of wiiplay and it works in my console, i know it's first party but thats what nintendo promised, i assume it works the other way too. now i will buy a third party game and see if it works
Currently own :
Wii, Wii Sports, Wii Play, Zelda: Twilight Princess, Need For Speed: Carbon.(In order of purchase)Accessories : 2 Wiimotes, 2 Nunchucks
actually i didnt know.
UK and Australia's are both PAL region games hence them working on each other simple elementarily my dear women
See I made it my own! RELIGION *whoosh* wow a 50 page thread bout how there beliefs are right and you are all wrong wow. Oh do want to be different rep! even if I don't help it seems to happen a lot here
Yeah there were many threads about this but if you thought about it why shouldnt it work as stated above both uk and aus use pal so the games should work.
Is that the only "region lock" the Wii have? Then I should be able to buy my Wii in Japan when going over there next week and have no problem playing my UK games on it.
I should save a bundle, £179 vs 250,000 yen.#
I bought my projector in Japan, and that works fine here in UK. I have nothing to worry about?
Light often travels faster than sound. That's why some people appear bright beore you hear them speak.
The Wii is locked so that it will not work in other counties however England & Austrailia both work on PAL so they are compatible but the Wii from Japan would not work over here and would also require Japanese games...therefore you would also needto learn Japanese lol
Spoiler Alert!Buy Zelda NOW
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Trading my Wii again! Come on home 360!
Games: Metroid Prime 3, Super Paper Mario, Ghost Squad, Link's Crossbow Training + Wii Zapper, Geometry Wars, Battalion Wars 2
Aussie Games work on any UK console.