Codejunkies' godsend to Wii importers appears to have been blocked out by yet another system update in America.
The Wii's Freeloader, a disc which allows users to play NTSC titles on a PAL console, has been out for a mere week, but Nintendo have already decided to counter it with a new system update.
The updated firmware, currently only available in America, has been reported to block out the Freeloader, preventing users from being able to play imported titles. For now, we urge any Freeloader users who wish to continue using their devices not to activate any new system updates. Stick with us for the latest developments.
Update: WiiBrew have admitted that the reportedly blocking of the Freeloader is in fact a "hilarious" April Fool's joke (it's Easter Sunday, or March 23rd, in case you didn't know). The widespread panic and paranoia caused by the clever editor of the WiiBrew page was all for nothing. Readers, you may sleep soundly tonight in the knowledge that this whole thing has been debunked.
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