Sony's Life With PlayStation Gets 'World Heritage' Channel Added

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244w ago - Today Sony has updated Life with PlayStation by adding a completely new channel titled 'World Heritage' to it.

It's a simple update, as the channel includes information from various Web sites (including Wikipedia) from multiple areas around the world.

To quote: If you leave your controller for a long enough time, it automatically begins spinning the globe (like the other channels) and displays hi-res pictures from the areas you're hovering above about.

If you would like to see a picture from a designated area, then you can hover the country, hit 'X' and then press the 'start' button.

An overall nice addition to the free application, allowing many Life with PlayStation fans to do even more while helping the common good.
 

Video: Homebrew Channel Installed on 4.0u Wii via .wad

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260w ago - With help from cfwprophet with dumping the cios v9.wad. I was able to take this to the finish line.

I successfully installed The Homebrew Channel on a 4.0u Wii via .wad and you can only do this if you have a wad installer installed pre 4.0u update.

Refer to my thread from yesterday for instructions and enjoy.

Video is below...




 

Channel File Manager 2.0 BETA 4 for Nintendo Wii Available

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262w ago - CashMan has released a new version of his Wii aplication wich is a mix of WAD Manager v1.3 and AnyTitle Delater. So it can handle the Wii NAND and / or a "WAD" folder on SD, USB, etc.

Download: Channel File Manager 2.0 BETA 4

To quote: Channel File Manager is based on WAD Manager 1.3 and AnyTitle Deleter and allows you to manage your Channels of the Wii Menu.

You can install and uninstall WAD files from storage devices of your choice. The homebrew can also use your Custom IOS.. You must create a folder "wad" at the root of your device (SD Card, SD Gecko or USB device) and put all your WAD files.

If you want to remove a "title" and you do not have the WAD file, please select "Wii NAND" in the choice of device

Whats New?

- Build with libogc 1.7.1
- Build with libfat 1.0.2
- Added SDHC support
- Improvements in USB support
- Added USB 2.0 support (with IOS 202 or IOS 249)
- Changing the system to load Custom IOS :
* Channel File Manager will load the first IOS249
* If IOS249 doesn't exist, it will load the IOS202
* If IOS202 doesn't exist, it will load another IOS
- Added Spanish support (BETA)
- Adding an...
 

Yet Another USB Loader v1.1 Channel for Nintendo Wii Available

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263w ago - Today Darkmystery over at GBATemp (linked above) shared a another USB Loader Channel for Hombrew Nintendo Wii consoles.

This one looks really nice and have Wii-ish sound. With this channel you don't have to go into the Hombrew channel to load the USB Loader. You now can do this from the Wii Menu.

Download: USB Loader v1.1 Channel / USB Loader v1.1 Channel [Mirror]

To quote: Sound is Wii-ish.

The small images are Two disks (^), and the text (^)
 

Family & Friends Party And Ogre Battle Hit Wii Shop Channel

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267w ago - Two additions have been added to the Wii shop today. Ogre Battle is now available on the Virtual Console, while Family & Friends Party is now available on WiiWare.

Press Release: WII-KLY UPDATE: ONE WIIWARE Game and ONE VIRTUAL CONSOLE GAME ADDED TO WII SHOP CHANNEL

In like a lamb and out like a lion, or vice-versa? Whether March finds you digging out from a late-winter blizzard or reeling in the spring thaw, the fun is both mild and wild at the Wii™ Shop Channel.

Even the littlest lambs in your household can take part in a cool new family-friendly WiiWare™ game, while strategy-loving gamers will be roaring like lions as they battle evil foes in a classic Virtual Console™ title.

Nintendo adds new and classic games to the Wii Shop Channel at 9 a.m. Pacific time every Monday. Wii owners with a high-speed Internet connection can redeem Wii Points™ to download the games. Wii Points can be purchased in the Wii Shop Channel or at retail outlets. This week's new games are:

WiiWare™

Family & Friends Party (Gammick Entertainment, 1-8 players, Rated E for Everyone, 1,000 Wii Points): Have fun with all your friends and family as you take on some very exciting challenges. This is an interactive board game for as many as eight players of all ages. The goal...
 







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