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    Anyone have a cover for EA Sport Active 2? It's not available online, but

    I'm willing to scan/convert the cover art into the correct resolution and formats, but thought I'd ask if anyone has already done it. I couldn't find it through the usual cover art sites.

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    The PAL one is on WiiTDB. I'm assuming you have a US Wii? Here's my technique for when a US cover is unavailable or I like non-US artwork better than the US box. Pick whatever artwork you want on WiiTDB and save it to your PC. Open up wherever you saved the box art on your PC and edit the name of the cover to match the game ID of the game you want to use it. Drop it in your covers folder and viola...Artwork previously unavailable for download through the loader.
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    Oh thank you, I hadn't found that, but yes, that's good enough. (I was going to use the "More Games" cover and change the filename etc. as you said, but the PAL version is even better... I really don't care, I just don't like having the blank with the question mark show up!) Thanks again.

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    No prob. I hate "?" covers too.
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