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Hey, you can watch these videos on your Wii at


For example:



wii player

Nice videos, keep on with your good work!


Do jeito que a Nintendo ta fiadnco cada vez mais bizarra, e capaz ate da Luma ser jogavel nesse novo MK. Depois do R.O.B no DS, nao duvido de nada XD


It's a server error (their fault not yours) and it is, I'm afarid, the price of popularity.With Mario Kart only just released, a LOT of people are trying to get online to play and this is hammering their servers and they can't take the strain.You would think though with all the profits they have made they could make their online server stronger.Try again in a couple of hours and see if it works then we are all in the same boat, and no one can connect.It's probably because of them launching the first Mario Kart worldwide competition today too and everyone trying to submit their times.


I still have New Super Mario Bros. (gotta have Mario games!), Contra 4, and Pokemon Diamond.The games I got rid of were Meteos, Puzzle Quest, Bomberman Land Touch!, Mario Kart DS (quite effectively relcaped by Mario Kart Wii), Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time (fun game, though not nearly as awesome as its GBA predecessor), and Zelda: Phantom Hourglass. They were all good in their own regard (didn't care for Bomberman that much), but either not replay good or I just sucked them dry with replays and didn't have the desire to keep them in my collection. I'm surprised that I got rid of Phantom Hourglass. It just wasn't up to part with most other Zeldas, in my opinion. Maybe I was just annoyed at how the last battle the game didn't want to register my touch screen input (you'll see what I mean when you get there unless you're lucky). Otherwise, the controls were great.Anyway, rant over. =P


well done man i hope i see you cruising down the seertt with that, don't forget your bike helmet, knee pads and maybe safety glasses!!

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