This is a video games tutorial where you will learn how to connect your Nintendo Wii to the Internet wirelessly. Select ‘Wii’ and then ‘Wii settings’ menu and choose ‘internet’ and ‘connection settings’. You have three settings to choose from. Choose any one and then select ‘w ...more
Connect Nintendo Wii to Internet
In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to connect a Nintendo Wii to the internet. Begin by going to your Wii menu and select Wii Options. Click on Wii settings and go to Wii System Settings 2. Select Internet and click on Connection Settings. Click on a connection and selec ...more
Did you know that your Nintendo Wii can go online? If you haven't been using the Internet with your Wii, you are missing out on some of the system's coolest features. With an Internet connection, your console can surf the web, watch movies from places like Netflix, or connect ...more
This video tutorial shows how to connect to the Internet using the Wii video game system. The advantage of connecting to the Internet with your gaming system is to play games, such as Animal Crossing or Call of Duty, with other players. You can also get the Internet Channel wh ...more
Wireless can be a pain sometimes with video games on the Internet, with disconnections and signal losses, but why not revert back to a wired connection? This video will explain how to connect your Nintendo Wii to a wired network using Actiontec Powerline Networking technology. ...more
The video shows you how to connect the Nintendo Wii to an available wireless network. First, you have to turn the Wii on. When the menu screen appears, you then click on the "Wii button" in the bottom-left corner. Next, go to "Wii Settings". On the following screen, you have t ...more
The big perk that comes along with purchasing a Nintendo DSi instead of a regular Nintendo DS is the Internet capability. With Nintendo's new DSi model you can go online and surf the web as well play other users over an Internet connection just like you would on an XBox or Nin ...more
Want to know how to use the Dashboard on your Nintendo Wii video game console to do fun things like surf the Internet? It's easy! So easy, in fact, that this Wii owners' guide from the folks at Butterscotch can present a complete overview of the process in about four minutes. ...more
This is a video that teaches you how to connect a Nintendo DSi to the internet. In order to connect a Nintendo DSi to the internet, you have to do this. 1. Switch the device on. 2. Go to 'system settings'. 3. Click the 3rd Tab. 4. Now click 'internet'. 5. Then 'connectio ...more
Did you think you needed to buy a Nintendo DSi to get online? Well, think again! In this video tutorial, learn how to connect your regular Nintendo DS to WiFi, from anywhere. Follow along with this step by step video and learn how to set up your wireless internet on your Ninte ...more
Using the Wii Options menu, it is possible to upgrade your Wii software to the latest version released from Nintendo for the gaming console. You will need to have an active internet connection to download the update first, so make sure that the Wii is connected to your home ne ...more
It may not be your number one spot for finding cool apps for your Android device, but the Amazon Appstore for Android is running a new promotion this week called "Geek Week," where eight of the most popular productivity and utility apps are now on sale for 48 percent off or mo ...more
You can connect your Nintendo Wii Wiimote to your PC using GlovePie input emulation software and a bluetooth connection. Learn how to program your PC to detect motion from the Wiimote using GlovePie. Part 1 of 2 - How to Program Wiimote motion detection in GlovePie. Part 2 of ...more
You can connect your Nintendo Wii Wiimote to your PC using GlovePie input emulation software and a bluetooth connection. Learn how to create scripts in GlovePie to program your PC to respond to simultaneous button presses and button combinations from a Wiimote.
You can connect your Nintendo Wii Wiimote to your PC using GlovePie input emulation software and a bluetooth connection. Learn how to program conditionals - if, if/then, and if/else statements - in GlovePie.
You can connect your Nintendo Wii Wiimote to your PC using GlovePie input emulation software and a bluetooth connection. See how to program scripts in Glovepie to use the infra-red sensor on the Wiimote to move the mouse cursor. Part 1 of 2 - How to Use the Wiimote's IR functi ...more
Destroy Black Ops Noobs First of all, these tips are great for any consoles that run Black Ops. Whether it be your Sony PS3, Nintendo Wii, XBox 360 or your PC. Internet Connection Before you put the game in to your console, make sure that your internet connection is consist ...more
Learn how to program basic script in GlovePie to allow your Nintendo Wii Wiimote to function as an input device on your PC. Using GlovePie input emulation software and a bluetooth connection you can connect your Wiimote to your PC.
This video tutorial will teach you how to use the Nintendo Wii Shop Channel to download and play your favorite console games on your Nintendo Wii. To follow along, you'll need either a WiFi Internet connection or Wii Lan adapter. Instructions: 1. Click on the Wii Shop button ...more
You can connect your Nintendo Wii Wiimote to your PC using GlovePie input emulation software and a bluetooth connection. Learn how to program your PC to detect motion from dual input the Wiimote using GlovePie. You'll be able to connect two Wiimotes to your PC.
You can connect your Nintendo Wii Wiimote to your PC using GlovePie input emulation software and a bluetooth connection. Learn how to program the buttons and directional pad on your Wiimote using GlovePie's GUI interface.
You can connect your Nintendo Wii Wiimote to your PC using GlovePie input emulation software and a bluetooth connection. Learn how to program your PC to calculate distance using the Wiimote's infra-red (IR) sensor.
You can connect your Nintendo Wii Wiimote to your PC using GlovePie input emulation software and a bluetooth connection. Learn how you can program GlovePie scripts that will emit sounds from the Wiimote's built in speaker.
You can connect your Nintendo Wii Wiimote to your PC using GlovePie input emulation software and a bluetooth connection. Learn how to program your PC to recognize analog input or joystick/joypad input from a Wiimote using GlovePie and another piece of software called PPJOY PP ...more
If you're trying to get your Nintendo Wii Wiimote to connect to your PC via a bluetooth connection, you'll need to sycronize it before you can start using it as an input device. Learn some basic scripting and programming in GlovePie, input emulation software, to get your Wiimo ...more
Both your Wii and your PC need to be connected to a router that has an internet connection. If you have a wireless router, the Wii can connect to it without any additional hardware. Instructions are provided with the Wii. Your Wii must have the internet channel enabled. This ...more
The older I get, the more my Friday nights involve watching Netflix at home with a bottle of Maker's Mark and a box of Oreos. Netflix is a big part of my life, and I'm not alone. YouTube and Netflix make up over 50% of all activity on the Internet, so it might be worth your ti ...more
Similar to the Wii, Nintendo frequently updates the apps and software on the Nintendo 3DS. These upgrades are always available using System Update under the system settings on the gaming handheld. Take a look at this guide on how to access the System Update feature, download, ...more
As long as your Nintendo 3DS is connected to an internet connection, you can access the eShop on the gaming device at any time and download or purchase games, apps, or movie trailers straight to your handheld. This tutorial will show you how to access and use the eShop, includ ...more
This video tutorial will show you how to use a Wii controller to play games on your iPhone 3GS. Follow these easy steps to start playing games on your iPhone with your Wii controller: Open Nintendo 64 for iPhone. Turn the Wii remote on and off, and hit the 'One' and 'Two' butt ...more
Love the retro Tron movie from Disney? Can't wait for the release of the new Tron: Legacy on November 17th? We've got something to bide your time— Tron: Evolution. Disney Interactive Studios launched the Tron: Evolution video game today, which connects the first film's storyl ...more
ios249 is a sweet little hack for the Wii that allows you to play backup burned copies of games on your console. Pirated games will work too, although we DO NOT condone piracy. This video will walk you through the whole rather elaborate process of installing it on a hacked Wii ...more
Trucha Bug Restorer is a powerful piece of homebrew software that you can use on your Wii to make sure that it is formatted properly in order to play burned games and use other hacks. This video will show you how to use it to set up an installation of cIOS on your Wii, which i ...more
This video tutorial from noxad presents how to backup and burn games for Nintendo Wii game console.To setup game transfer from computer to your console you'll need any type of SD memory card. In this tutorial it's Lexor 1 GB SD card.Insert SD card into your computer card reade ...more
In this video, we learn how to get internet on your Nintendo DSi. First, go through the menu until you find "system settings", then click on "internet", and then "connection settings". After you find this, go through and find the connection test on the internet connection 1. A ...more
In this video, we learn how to connect your Nintendo Wi-Fi USB connector. Before you do this, you need to purchase a Nintendo Wi-Fi USB connector and connect it to your computer. Once you do this, a window will pop up on the computer asking for information. It will start to se ...more
In this video, learn how to download a web browser for your Nintendo DSI. This application was developed by Opera Software + Surprise Ending.... And for those of you who might ask: "Why can't I watch YouTube videos?" There is no Adobe flash player in this version of the browse ...more
One of the few technical advantage the Nintendo Wii has against its high-tech rival the XBox 360 is that it allows users to browse the web on their console. Trying to do so using only a Wiimote, however, is impractical. Did you know that you could use a USB keyboard instead? T ...more
Hak5 isn't your ordinary tech show. It's hacking in the old-school sense, covering everything from network security, open source and forensics, to DIY modding and the homebrew scene. Damn the warranties, it's time to Trust your Technolust. In this episode, see how to install a ...more
E3, the Superbowl event of video games, is next week. This is the event where all major companies reveal their plans for the next year, new technology, and surprise game announcements. The major press conferences will come from the big 3: Sony, Microsoft, Nintendo. Sony will ...more
Bored of sitting on your PC? Need internet on your Nintendo DSI? First check out whether you have WAP/WPA2. You can find out whether you have WAP by going to internet and typing your IP address and going to your wireless settings. If you do have WAP/WPA2 then go to system sett ...more
Google Play has no shortage of Nintendo emulators: SuperGNES (Super Nintendo) Gameboy Color A.D. (Game Boy Color) My Boy! (Game Boy Advance) nds4droid (Nintendo DS) DroidEmu (SNES, NES, GBA, GBC, etc.) Those are just a few of what's available out there. The only problem with ...more
If you're jonesing to play some Super Mario Run on your Android phone, you might not be able to get your fix for some time—at least, until Nintendo figures out the best way to keep piracy down and security high. But if you can't wait for the first official appearance of Mario ...more
If you were around when the Nintendo Wii first launched, you remember how revolutionary the device was at the time. When I first encountered one, I was amazed at the simplicity of its controls, namely the fact that the Wii Remote (aka Wiimote) just felt like such a natural way ...more
You can find a plethora of tennis games on the Google Play Store, but if you're a true tennis fan and gaming enthusiast, you should check out Tennis Racketeering by Core Aplikacije. The game lets you use an additional Android device as a racket, giving you Wii-like abilities w ...more
Video games are one of the few items that have successfully advanced and adapted over decades, while still holding its "old school" value. So, while I eagerly await the release of Grand Theft Auto 5, I still get amped to play classic Nintendo games like Double Dragon. Luckily ...more
Your smartphone is the perfect place to watch Hulu on the go. Whether you're looking to catch up on your shows in a hotel, or your phone is the only screen available, mobile streaming can be a lifesaver. But what about when you have access to a TV? Wouldn't you rather watch yo ...more
Black Friday and Cyber Monday are becoming almost synonymous these days, but there are still plenty of awesome deals that you can only get starting on the Monday after Thanksgiving. Amazon, for instance, will be hosting a week-long Cyber Monday sale, and of course, most big-bo ...more
The 8-bit NES may have ruled the late-eighties, but the SNES took over the early-nineties with its 16-bit graphics and 3D-like gameplay on titles like Star Fox and Dirt Racer. When 32- and 64-bit consoles came out in the mid-nineties, the Super Nintendo took a hit, but with th ...more
So, Nintendo's never really been good at the whole online thing. Most of the time, we forgive them, because they are masters at creating games meant for solo play or local multiplayer. Sometimes, though, that doesn't fly. Take a game like Splatoon, for instance. Although it re ...more
Nintendo set the internet ablaze Wednesday night with two big announcements. First, Nintendo revealed that the Switch's paid online service will begin in September (boo), but it was the other report that really got fans excited — Mario Kart is coming to your iPhone. The news ...more
Android comprises an entire ecosystem of apps, games, functions, and features, so it would only make sense that it has its own lexicon. Words, phrases, and acronyms that didn't exist 7 years ago are now used in an off-the-cuff style by developers and support technicians across ...more
Smartphone games are getting pretty good these days, but they still can't beat the retro appeal of a good emulator. I mean, who wouldn't want to have their all-time favorite console and arcade games tucked neatly in their front pocket? Classics ranging from Super Mario Bros. t ...more
This year, like every year before it, Black Friday sales are starting earlier than ever. A lot of stores will be opening their doors as early as 5pm on Thanksgiving to get a head start on the madness (and it really is madness). As we've discussed in the past, one of the keys t ...more