Interesting. I don't own a Wii, just a PS2, but have no issues with running NTSC games on my PAL PS2 (they play in PAL60). Can a Wii not output PAL60?Not really as Wii USA games still dont have full compatabilty with a Euro machine even with WiiKey due to PAL/NTSC hardware differences.
Interesting. I don't own a Wii, just a PS2, but have no issues with running NTSC games on my PAL PS2 (they play in PAL60). Can a Wii not output PAL60?
Yah the PAL Wiis are kind of messed up when it comes to playing NTSC games, but last night i played a few PAL games on my US wii just fine (note that i do have a chipped wii.) They do have a program that can change the region of the disk you back up. so when you dump your game to get the .iso, you just send it through the program and boom, right to NTSC, PAL or JAP.Not really as Wii USA games still dont have full compatabilty with a Euro machine even with WiiKey due to PAL/NTSC hardware differences.
The US/Japanese remotes and attachments should all work fine on EuroWiis.Does anyone know if a remote control purchased in the US would work on a European Wii?
That's the premium you pay for living in Europe. With the higher standard of living, everything costs more. It's kind of a trade-off since you guys have more social programs and less available resources.I've actually reached the end of my teather with PAL wii. I look at release dates and such and it just peeves me off. Were paying more money for games that have been out for months in other territories.
I don't know 100% but I think as long as you get a HDTV that can play NTSC (or have brought your TV from the US) you should be able to play all your US/NTSC games but won't be able to play EU/PAL games without modding your Wii.wmb said:Just moved to Amsterdam from USA. Brought my wii consoile and games etc with me. Will this work here in Europe? I have a step dowen transformer to adapt the (electrical) power.