Heres the press release:
Xploder launches Cheat Saves with Movie Player & Media Manager for Nintendo Wii: Transform your Wii into the ultimate multi-media entertainment system. Includes Virtual Console Game Management functions.
Cheats Always Prosper! Access cheatsaves for the very latest Wii titles - Would a little extra Zelda help be useful? Or maybe you want to get past that difficult stage on Call of Duty 3? - by accessing the extensive Xploder database you can get the latest cheats for these games and many more.
Going Retro? We’ve raided our archives to bring you access to our extensive collection of NES, SNES and N64 cheats, so once spent your hard-earned Wii Points downloading those retro classics from the Virtual Console you can give yourself an unfair advantage in these games too! You can also use the application to back-up Virtual Console games to your PC via an SD card.
Join the Community! Once you’ve cracked your favourite game, you can add your best Wii, N64, SNES and NES gamesaves to the Xploder Community Database and share them with others!
It’s Movie Night! Home movies and many other movie file types (including DVD VOB*, MKV, Xvid, DivX, MPEG 1 & 2, M1P, M2P, MP4, TS, WMV, ASF, and AVI) can be converted to MJPEG and transferred to SD for Wii playback.
Go Go Slideshow! Manage your JPEG photo and image files to create fantastic slideshows on your Wii!
Add Some Tunes! Convert CDs to MP3 with auto album, artist and track naming and add them to your Wii slideshows.
Xploder Cheat Saves for Nintendo Wii - Everything you need to get the most from the Nintendo Wii - available for just £19.99 from leading retailers from March 1st 2007.
Most people have a DVD player on the same TV - why would they want to play video through their Wii?
I could understand an image slideshow if your DVD player doesn't do this (most do, btw) and many allow you to pick your soundtrack.
The pain in the butt is that you have to transfer it all to an SD card on top of that - which is obnoxious (if you ask me).
The work people are doing to give the Wii some faux media center support is cool, but it's far from the mark. Until the Wii can either A) browse files on a network easily or B) gets an external HDD, it's all more work than it's worth.
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