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Thread: Zelda SS, can depth of field be disable with a hack?

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    Zelda SS, can depth of field be disable with a hack?

    Evening Wiihacks!

    First of all, I want to give my thanks to the people running the show. Without your excellent softmod/disc backup tutorials, I probably would have bricked my Wii or damaged my discs by following "those" Youtube guides

    Second, I want to apologize for posting here. But since I'm new to this community and considered a "newbie", I think this might be the right forum section to post in.

    Lastly, I have done some Google & Wiihacks.com searching, but I can't seem to find the solution. The solution on how to disable the infamous depth of field in Zelda Skyward Sword. Personally I really dislike it. I dislike the long distance and the ½ a meter close up effect that Nintendo decided to implement to this great game. I decided to make a backup of the game disc for this purpose alone (yes, I dislike DoF that much) and I would really appreciate if you could point me in the right direction.

    Thanks in advance

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    Anyone? Please, it's driving me nuts.

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    get use to hitting the z button lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shift_Lock View Post
    get use to hitting the z button lol.
    Well, being an old Ocarina of Time fan, my Z button is like second nature by now.

    Really hoping for some hack guru to help me out, thanks.

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