How to Unleash a Wii Without Modchip

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In order to mod your Wii, you must dismantle your console and risk doing major damage if you attempt to install a modchip. But a Wii that doesn't have a chip is just like jelly without peanut butter. Once you have successfully modified your Wii you will see the true power it has under the bonnet, and can turn it into an interactive media entertainment center. You will be blown away by the real power that is in your Wii without modchip.

Once you have modded your Wii, you will unlock a mass of hidden features and extras. Anything is possible, you can download any games you want and play it on your Wii for free; or bring out the old school in yourself and play games from the PS1, N64, Sega Megadrive, Super Nintendo and more!

One of the things that shocked me with the Wii, was the fact you could not watch your favourite DVD's with a Wii without modchip. I never understood why because the Wii's competitors can do this without issue. However a modded Wii can do this in the blink of an eye!

Can your Wii without modchip play games like Gran Turismo and Tekken from the PlayStation? What about every game ever released for the Sega Megadrive? There are endless amounts of console emulators ready to download once you have modded your Wii. Just install the emulator of your choice and your ready to go!

Did You Know You Can Mod Your Wii WITHOUT A Chip

It is actually possible to mod your Wii without modchip. An amazing piece of software has been created by the clever guys at BreWii. It will mod your Wii in less than 10mins and you don't even have to dismantle your Wii or fit a chip! With BreWii you can keep adding new features and programs to your Wii. Installing BreWii is simple, and you can remove it if you want to without damaging your warranty or console!

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This article was published on 2010/03/29