MasterJedi2U said:W/e the bottom line is I don't believe for a second that Nintendo would release a brand new version of the Wii that has DVD playback capablity. And if they did so they had better be prepared to replace the ones we all have now.
samriley said:really wish people would stop saying just go out and buy a $20 dvd player. yes they might be cheap. but no not everyone has the room for lots of boxes by the tv.
yep consoles should be for gaming, in my opinion.snwboarderx said:Just how many DVD players does one need hooked up to their tv? I think that is Nintendo's whole point. Most house's already have one or more Dvd players.
Sovieto said:yah it dosent have a drive capable of playing movie DVDs, so you whole thing is just kinda stupid and pointless
MasterJedi2U said:I really wish people would stop saying that its alrite for Nintendo to create a brand new type of Wii less than a year after the launch that has DVD playback capability. Thats not right and its not fair to the majority of us who bought our Wiis at launch. And like the guys above me mentioned not everyone has a lot of space for a DVD Player, a VCR, and a gaming system besides the tv. Basically its the principle of the thing that bothers me.
wheres the proof of people hacking them just with software... :wtf:mocaw said:Thanks for the polite reply!:nonod:
Show me the GOOD info you have on that. I'm sorry, but people already have hacked the wii to play DVDs- and it had nothing to do with the drive not being ready. Why would Nintendo pay extra just to make a non-standard DVD drive?
What do you think the Sonic Solutions software does? It's not hardware- it's software. The Wii firmware disables this function- and the Wii has no DVD playback software. This isn't a drive issue.
Keep drinking the Kool Aid...