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    Default Indy Channel!!!!

    Anyway, with download able games coming to wii means your gonna fill up 512 mb pretty dang quick, i mean i only have 27mb left on my wii and as soon as these dang games start pooring in means more memory so when the wii hard drives come out i am gonna pick up the biggest possible one and i am gonna pack it with my own developed wii games and alot of other peoples. So i was wondering who here is planning on developing on wii and how many people are planning on buying a hd?

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    Oh yeah! i will be buying one as well. so many games, so little space.

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    If you delete a VC game, you can download it again for free...

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    Default downloadable games?

    when you say downloadable games do you mean the vc games. or is there going to be some other games that wearn't on the old consols coming out for download?
    also what is the indy channel?

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    there was some talk of downloadable Wii games, but nothing yet

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    Whats with the name of INDY CHANNEL and there is no talk of this.....What is the INDY CHANNEL?

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    Indy is short for Indepentant Developer Channel. It should allow anyone with a wii dev kit to load there games or apps onto the wii

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    I have asked this question on this (VNC Possibilities) post. I have been wondering if it is possible to get some sort of VNC client app on the wii, maybe even a VNC-like alternative in the form of a web browser...please read the other post for more information regarding my question...thank you



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