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    Quote Originally Posted by registerednerd
    if nothing else, you could get a router in on the mix and just exchange friend codes (if they use them). Then you could play over the typical WFC, just all in the same room.
    yup, best way prolly
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    im pretty damn sure u will be able to do it even with out having internet.


    like the DS.

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    Even though this thread is almost a month old, I'll address it due to it not being another mundane question.

    Nintendo describes WiiConnect24 as such:

    The Wii console can communicate with the Internet even when the power is turned off. The WiiConnect24 service delivers a new surprise or game update, even if the system is idle.

    What they don't tell you, however, is that WiiConnect24 is also the foundation for what is called a meshed network. Mesh networking is a system in which a backbone(ie; similar to the one that connects everyone online) is created by routing everyone on a single network as if each of them were a node.

    Every node can connect to a number of other nodes, and those nodes connect to each other as well. This forms a stronger backbone than if you had a dedicated server that everyone connects to, due to the fact that if one node goes down, the bonds between the others stay active, whereas, if a single server goes down, that's that.

    How Nintendo can utilize this could be similar to MIT's Grid or LocustWorld, where in users form a backbone to share internet connections, strengthening connections to each other and alleviating load on the internet.

    Using this method, they not only increase the scalability of their own network(allowing them to deliver content faster, create online experiences that don't suffer from lag, and provide an overall cheap method of multiplayer online gaming), but also the communal network of Wii owners.

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    I can't wait! 5 of my friends are getting a Wii (hopefully) and i hope there will be some sort of system linking on red steel

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    I would think it would act like the DS, it can automaticly connect without Wi-Fi or anything if they are near eachother.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sovieto
    I would think it would act like the DS, it can automaticly connect without Wi-Fi or anything if they are near eachother.
    Without WiFi? So they connect through thin air?

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    That would be pretty sick. If me and my friends are together, we can link up our Wii's. And when we are home, we can still play with eachother. xD Nice.

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