Been thinking of it lately, ways today can stop our precious cIOS. Will add more eventually.
1. Check for custom iOS
Simple, new game with this check. When its loaded, it checks your Wii to see if any iOS is installed in any slot above 200 (For example cIOS222, 223 or 249) and either:
a) Deletes it (Not sure about legal stuff here, My country doesn't really have the same USA laws)
b) The game locks up. Just as we saw with Rugby League 3 when a patched IOS53 was
Looks like I'm in branson all this week. Went there last year and it was like a super christian version of gatlinburg with crappy shows and no beer. This is gonna be rough. God bless the army...
Yamauchi donated the majority of the $83 million necessary to build this new cancer treatment facility in Kyoto. The hospital will be seeing patients by the end of the month.
Nintendo fans, let us take a moment to reflect. All the years you've spent collecting heart containers, busting viruses, stopping life-sucking parasite epidemics, training your brain, meeting your fitness goals, raising puppies, shooting turtle
Originally Posted by ShadowSonic2
Well, I've tried many Twitter Apps on my iPod and I must say Tweetaholic is the best I've ever seen. This one takes the cake when you're talking Twitter on your iPad/iPhone/iPad. That's right, its on iPad too.
Tweetaholic is a simple and easy app to use. Most things are done from one single screen. All options are on a 'rotating wheel' side-bar moved
We all remember the pesky protection that prevented us from playing New Super Mario Bros. Wii a while back?
At that time, we thought from then on, every game will have the ugly BCA protection. Seems not, in fact, the next BCA protected game has appeared this week (If it really has BCA but it seems so). As you can see from this thread, its the same way as it was with New Super Mario Bros. Wii.
Although its not released in stores yet, If anyone were to get a retail disc