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    WiiChat Member ItWasLuck3's Avatar
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    I have modified an original XBox before, I've done it for over 3 years and had over a dozen xboxs... I'm getting tired of it.

    The gamecube is actually a fairly compact system. Its PSU is minimal and the motherboard is only about 6x6" By replacing the Disc reader you can shave off at least 3" off of the 6" console. A big difference.

    NES's are hard to find, and cost a lot. Not having had one ever before I didn't feel that it would be worth it having never played any game on one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ItWasLuck3
    NES's are hard to find, and cost a lot. Not having had one ever before I didn't feel that it would be worth it having never played any game on one.
    There's about 3 in Barrie, Ontario and they cost $35. They're used but in good condition.
    With much love, 261311.

    Quote Originally Posted by JT.
    Maybe it's implying yoshi is an animal, and not just a mutated green prostitute mario likes to ride
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    Unofficial WiiChat Helper Link_of_Hyrule's Avatar
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    I'm just going to throw this out there but why dont you just hack a wii because you can use any ngc homebrew on it plus soon you wont need to use a mod chip they already released a softmod for wii that uses a zelda game save you just throw on an sd card

    http://wiibrew.org/index.php?title=Twilight_Hack
    Last edited by Link_of_Hyrule; 02-18-2008 at 10:01 PM.

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    WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAGGH and argh

    i still cant find a facing wii!!! where are they. And yes i know you can just" order one." but i come from a magical land where mutated pixie retarded fish frogs can also just"order them", I AM HUMAN, therefore i want to exert energy by walking around a store lookking for and eventually finding a Wii.


    PS: i have nothing against mutated pixie retarded fish frogs, im just saaying they dont normally want to show their face in a store. It seperates me from them, okay?

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    Where is your god now? zapasant's Avatar
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    if i were you i'de save up for a new wii, cause like idjut said "your goona break your wii"

    PSN ID: zapasant93



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    OMFG DO it and post a pic that would look so cool
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    Pm me if you register me and gimmie your friend code

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    Just adding my two cents, but in my personal opinion, this seems like a hassle. Why go to the trouble? I'm all for experimentation, but is it really worth it?
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