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Nintendo confirms free WiFi play on Wii.

While we at BDC assumed that WiFi would work on the Wii exactly like it does on the DS, we never had it confirmed offically from Nintendo...until now. This means that WiiFi (sorry about the bad pun) will be free exactly like WiFi on the DS. Just a note however, this does not mean that Virtual Console games and "bonus" content will also be free.

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6:15 PM

Well that's good news, I can't wait to get info on WHICH games will be WiFi compatible.    



6:48 PM

It's what I expected.    



7:18 PM

I assumed Wifi would be free, but that the games in the Virtual Console would not be. I had a feeling that NES games would be 2 bucks, SNES would be 3 bucks and N64 games would be 5 bucks.    



7:18 PM

I assumed Wifi would be free, but that the games in the Virtual Console would not be. I had a feeling that NES games would be 2 bucks, SNES would be 3 bucks and N64 games would be 5 bucks.    



7:58 AM

i would think pricing would depend on the game not the console. anyway, this was just as i was hoping for. no fees is a good idea. unlike some other companies *goes to pay xbox live fee*
i expect that red steel will be wifi, but i dunno about anything else    



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