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wondering what happens when you fill up all your wii channels ...?

Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii Chat' started by terrencomp, Nov 20, 2007.

  1. terrencomp

    terrencomp WiiChat Member

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    not saying that i will but just curios
     
  2. Gampla

    Gampla Brawl user = Ninja

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    the wii crashes and u may gotta buy a new one.. no warranty for it yet
     
  3. Marioman

    Marioman Locke likes oranges

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    I've been wandering this as well...anyone know? My guess is that by that far the wii will have filled up all it's memory so you really won't need any more spaces
     
  4. Gampla

    Gampla Brawl user = Ninja

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    mines far from filling up

    i only got a few channels
     
  5. mikebr94

    mikebr94 kiwiman

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    how do u get more channels
     
  6. Marioman

    Marioman Locke likes oranges

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    ^Well if you buy Virtual Console Gmaes it tkae up spaces...other than that you only get channels when Nintendo releases new ones

    The current ones are like the News, Weather, Check Mii Out...but I'm sure you have those
     
  7. mikebr94

    mikebr94 kiwiman

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    WTF is check mii out
     
  8. Marioman

    Marioman Locke likes oranges

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    Ok ok slow down...do you have internet connection from your wii?
     
  9. crazyman2

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    My brother has all of his filled up with VC games. Nintendo thinks their geniouses and can read our minds..... incorrectly however. They think that since you can delete the game off your wii and download it later because its yours forever on the internet channel, that you will get rid of some of your channels to make room for others. Why they just dont make more memory and more channel spaces? Good question. Im sure in the future they will make more spaces though.
     
  10. mikebr94

    mikebr94 kiwiman

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    no how do u get that
     
  11. crazyman2

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    huh? get what? the internet channel? If your wii is connected to the internet you can go to the shop channel and download it for 500 wii points. its under the wii ware catergory
     
  12. SixStringedStress

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    I wish people would proofread better, it just makes it easier to read...

    Anyway, try using an SD memory card if you'd rather not redownload. Secondly, keep an alloted space of your discretion for games. In other words some N64 games (nearly 300 blocks in some cases) are enormous, so maybe only keep a couple of those games that you will play frequently and keep as many NES games as you wish because they are much smaller (+/-22 blocks).
     
  13. punisher93

    punisher93 punisher93

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    i think maybe that you might have to store them on an sd card
     
  14. WiiWouldLike2Play

    WiiWouldLike2Play CU Guild For Life! :DDD

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    I do agree with that. I don't think Nintendo would be that stupid to think that we wouldn't buy a lot of games, and that that is really all the space we need.
    xD But, I'm far from using up my spaces, as well.
     
  15. dark samus

    dark samus come to the dark side....

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    nothing, just means you need more room. i'm half way through my channels.
     
  16. matthewj

    matthewj Online Gamer

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    well if you bought all NES games then you probably be able to fill all of the channel spaces
     

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