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Putting a Mii into the remote.

Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii Chat' started by Scudman, Jan 30, 2009.

  1. Scudman

    Scudman WiiChat Member

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    When you store a Mii in a remote, does all the acomplishments, awards, Pro status etc. get stored as well?
     
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    No, those are particular to the games (Wii Sports?) and are probably saved in the game's save file.
     
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    Scudman WiiChat Member

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    OK understand. Let me ask this then. Can you save the accomplishment data on an SD card and then load it all up on a new console?
     
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    Assuming it's Wii Sports you are talking about, yes. If you weren't just talking about Wii Sports, games that have online play usually cannot be copied to another Wii to prevent duplicate friend codes etc. Hope this helps. :)
     
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    Yes, Wii Sports accomplishments is what I am trying to save when my brothers Wii leaves my house. I want to get a new console and load it with my Mii and its data, instead of starting from scratch again.

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