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dovella
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(01-19-2010, 02:32 PM)
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Excuse me my English im Italian

With Xbox 360 you can change console and download againg your game

Its easy

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http://www.xbox.com/en-GB/support/drm/

With Nintendo Wii all the products you have previously purchased , not be transferred to a new console .


Wii NETWORK SERVICES USER AGREEMENT

Last updated: March 25, 2009

Chapter I: Wii Network Service

Article 1: Grant of License

Nintendo grants you a personal, limited, non-exclusive, revocable (in whole or in part) license to use the Wii Network Service, pursuant to this agreement. Specifically:

Although the Wii Network Service is intended for your personal recreational use, you are responsible for anyone using the Wii Network Service through your Wii Console (whether you gave them permission or not), and for ensuring they understand and agree to this agreement.
You may not use the Wii Network Service for commercial or illegal purposes, in a way that may harm another person or company, or in any unauthorized or improper manner as we may specify from time to time in this agreement, our Wii Code of Conduct, or otherwise.
You must clear all Content, Third-Party Data, and any other stored sensitive or personal information stored on your Wii Console prior to selling or otherwise transferring your Wii Console. If you acquire a used Wii Console, you must clear, and may not use, any of this data if still on the Wii Console when you acquire it.
The Wii Network Service is licensed to you for use on your Wii Console only in the United States, Canada, or Latin America.
Chapter II: Unauthorized Software, Services, or Devices or Unlicensed Accessories

Your Wii Console and the Wii Network Service are not designed for use with unauthorized software, services, or devices or non-licensed accessories, and you may not use any of these with your Wii Console or the Wii Network Service. Such use may be illegal, voids any warranty, and is a breach of this agreement. Such use may also lead to injury to you or others or cause performance issues or damage to your Wii Console or the Wii Network Service. We (and our licensees and distributors) are not responsible for damage or loss caused by unauthorized software, services or devices or non-licensed accessories. We may take steps to disable or delete any unauthorized software, services or device installed in your Wii Console, for example, by detecting and disabling them through the Wii Network Service and/or game software. If we detect unauthorized software, services, or devices, your access to the Wii Network Service may be disabled and/or the Wii Console or games may be unplayable.

Chapter III: Updates/Changes

You understand that the Wii Console specifications and the Wii Network Service are constantly evolving and that we may update or change your Wii Console or the Wii Network Service in whole or in part, without notice to you. Such updates may be required for you to play new Wii games or continue to access the Wii Network Service. We may also upgrade, change, or terminate the Content or game software or may discontinue offering Products without notice to you.

Chapter IV: Wii Shop

Article 1: Wii Shop Account

You must create a Wii Shop Account to use the Wii Shop. A Wii Shop Account is personal to you. You are responsible for monitoring use of, and limiting access to, your Wii Shop Account and for anyone using your Wii Shop Account, even without your permission.

Article 2: Points

The Wii Shop allows you to use Points to download a license to use Content or purchase Products (and may also allow you to do such things as download licenses to use certain Content for free, or use your Points to send Content to a friend). Points are primarily intended for the purchase of downloadable video game content, and are taxed accordingly. Points are not your personal property. Points have no cash or monetary value and are non-refundable.

Once you place Points into your Wii Shop Account, you may not withdraw, sell, or transfer them to another. You are responsible for your or anyone else's use of Points in your Wii Shop Account, even if you did not give them permission to use those Points.

If we suspect fraudulent or unlawful activity concerning your Wii Shop Account or your use of Points, we may cancel, suspend, or otherwise limit your access to all or part of the Wii Network Service. If, as a result, your Wii Shop Account or your Points are deleted, they will be reinstated at our sole discretion.

Article 3: Credit-Card Charges and Your Billing Account

You may use your credit card to purchase Points through the Wii Shop. If you use a credit card, you represent that you are authorized to do so and you agree that you are responsible for all charges to that credit card. Unless otherwise required by law, charges to the credit card to purchase Points are nonrefundable.

Article 4: Account History

Each time you purchase Points through the Wii Shop, and each time you use Points to license Content or purchase Products, the transaction will be reflected in your account history. Account-history information for each transaction will be available for at least one year through the Wii Shop.

Chapter V: Third-Party Data

We are not responsible for any Third-Party Data or for any action you may take relating thereto (including but not limited to modifying, distributing, or posting Third-Party Data). All Third-Party Data is the sole responsibility of the creator or sender of that Third-Party Data. Although we may choose to do so, we are not obligated to monitor, supervise, store, or maintain Third-Party Data or respond to complaints relating to Third-Party Data.

If legally permitted, we may access, use, and disclose any Third-Party Data in order to protect our rights or property, to protect other users of the Wii Network Service, or to comply with legal requirements such as a lawful subpoena. You understand that you have no expectation of privacy in anything you receive or transmit via the Wii Network Service.

Chapter VI: Other

Article 1: Third-Party Providers

We may use third parties to provide any portion of the Wii Network Service. We may offer third party services or material to you (including Content and Products) through the Wii Network Service, so you may use Points to purchase from us a license to use such Content or to get Product. We may also allow third parties to directly provide Third-Party Data to you through the Wii Network Service.

Article 2: Intellectual Property

We own all right, title and interest in, or have the right to distribute, use or sublicense, the Wii Network Service and the Nintendo IP. We do not provide you with any interest in the Wii Network Service or the Nintendo IP. Except as expressly authorized by us in writing, you may not create works based on the Wii Network Service or the Nintendo IP or modify, distribute, or transmit the Nintendo IP. If you do not abide by these requirements, Nintendo shall own all right, title, and interest in any works created, adapted, distributed, or transmitted via the Wii Network Service, or, in the alternative, an unlimited license thereto.

We respect the intellectual property of others. If you believe that any material within the Wii Console infringes upon any intellectual property right which you own or control, you may file a notice of such infringement with us, as provided in Article 15. Our entire Intellectual Property Policy may be viewed at www.nintendo.com/ippolicy.

Article 3: Hosting, Intercepting, Emulating, and Reverse-Engineering Prohibited

You may not host, intercept, emulate, or reverse engineer any part of the Wii Console or the Wii Network Service.

Article 4: Parental Controls Function

You may limit access to certain features of the Wii Console and the Wii Network Service through our parental controls function; however, you are responsible for any features or material that anyone accesses through your Wii Console even if you use the parental controls function.

Article 5: Code of Conduct

Your use of the Wii Network Service is subject to the Wii Code of Conduct, which prohibits all harmful, illegal or otherwise offensive conduct. The most current version of the Wii Code of Conduct, which may be revised by us from time to time, is posted at http://support.nintendo.com. You may also contact our customer-service department, and we will mail you the current version, free of charge.

Article 6: Submissions

Please do not send us any creative or original materials such as ideas for toys, games, or other products, or any creative suggestions, ideas, notes, drawings, concepts, or other information through the Wii Network Service or otherwise. Any unsolicited submissions become our sole and exclusive property and may be used by us with no obligation of confidentiality, payment, or attribution.

Article 7: Protection of Personal Information

We are committed to protecting the privacy and security of your personal information. Your use of the Wii Network Service is subject to the Wii Privacy Policy, which applies to information submitted or collected through the Wii Network Service. The most current version of the Wii Privacy Policy, which may be revised by us from time to time, is posted at http://support.nintendo.com. You may also contact our customer-service department, and we will mail you the current version, free of charge.

Article 8: Warranties

ALTHOUGH WE STAND BEHIND OUR SERVICE, CONTENT AND PRODUCTS, WE AND OUR LICENSEES, LICENSORS AND SUPPLIERS ARE PROVIDING THE Wii NETWORK SERVICE "AS IS" AND "AS AVAILABLE," WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND (INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY, NON-INFRINGEMENT, OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE), TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW. USE OF THE Wii NETWORK SERVICE IS AT YOUR SOLE RISK. THIS MEANS, FOR EXAMPLE, THAT WE DO NOT GUARANTEE THAT THE Wii NETWORK SERVICE WILL ALWAYS WORK PROPERLY. THIS ALSO MEANS WE DO NOT GUARANTEE THAT THE Wii NETWORK SERVICE, CONTENT OR PRODUCTS WILL BE FREE FROM VIRUSES, HACKS, OR OTHER POTENTIALLY HARMFUL INTRUSIONS. PLEASE NOTE THAT SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW SUCH WARRANTY LIMITATIONS, SO THESE LIMITATIONS MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. PLEASE SEE THE Wii OPERATIONS MANUAL FOR ANY WARRANTIES THAT APPLY TO THE Wii CONSOLE.

Article 9: Limitation on Claims

If you think you have a claim against us related to the Wii Console or the Wii Network Service, you must take legal action within one year after the date of the alleged incident. After the one-year period expires, you may never raise that claim.

Article 10: Change, Suspension or Discontinuance of Wii Network Service

We may change, suspend, or discontinue the Wii Network Service, or any feature or aspect of the Wii Network Service, at any time, with or without notice to you, and without liability to us. This includes, but is not limited to, the availability of all or any portion of the Wii Network Service, Content, Products, Points, and the number of Points required to redeem particular Content or Products.

Article 11: Limited Responsibilities and Indemnification

You agree to waive any and all rights to claim damages or losses caused to you or relating to your inability to use the Wii Network Service (or to anyone else using the Wii Network Service through your Wii Console). You understand you might never be fully compensated for that damage or loss if we or one of our licensees, licensors or suppliers (collectively referred to in this Article 11 as "we" or "us") somehow harm you. This is because we limit our liability to you (and to others) in several ways:

Your ability to recover damages or losses from us is limited: you may recover only direct damages, up to the total amount you have ever paid for Points. Generally, direct damages are losses you (or anyone else) suffer as the immediate result of something someone has done wrong.
You may not recover any other types of damages, no matter the reason. For example, sometimes a court will award a special amount of damages to punish the person at fault, or, a person might have to pay for damages where the person did not directly cause harm. You agree that we will never have to pay punitive, special, consequential, or incidental damages to you.
We are also not liable to anyone else, or for the actions or inactions of anyone else. For example, if your friend is somehow harmed using the Wii Network Service or the Wii Console, we are not responsible to you, your friend, or anyone else. If another person somehow harms you while using your Wii Console or Wii Network Service, we are not liable to you for that other person's actions.
These limitations on liability apply to all matters relating to the Wii Network Service and the Wii Console, including your use of the Wii Network Service and your use of Content or Products that do not specify other limitations on liability. These limitations also apply to any legal or equitable theory, including but not limited to breach of contract, breach of warranty, strict liability, negligence, or other tort. Please note, however, that some states or provinces do not permit certain limitations like these, so these limits on other damages may not fully apply to you.

If you breach this agreement, and we or another company or person is harmed by your breach, then you must indemnify us (and our licensees, licensors, and suppliers and any of our employees) from all of the losses and costs related to your breach, including our attorneys' fees. You must also indemnify us for any claims relating to Third-Party Data modified, created, or sent by you.

Article 12: Expiration and Termination of Agreement

You may cancel your Wii Shop Account by contacting our customer-service department or by following the instructions in the Wii Shop. If your Wii Shop Account is canceled or terminated for any reason, you will no longer be able to use the Wii Shop. You will lose all downloaded Content and forfeit any rights to any unused Points, which become our property.
You may terminate this agreement by removing Content from your Wii Console, discontinuing use of the Wii Network Service, and forfeiting any rights to Points in your Wii Shop Account, which become our property.
We may terminate this agreement, or any portion thereof, at any time, for any reason whatsoever. Such termination will void any licenses granted in accordance with this agreement and may prevent your use of the Wii Network Service.
We have no obligation to return or refund Points to you, even if the agreement ends.
In the event this agreement is terminated or canceled, the following sections will remain in effect: Unauthorized Software, Services, or Devices or Unlicensed Accessories; Credit-Card Charges and Your Billing Account; Intellectual Property; Hosting, Intercepting, Emulating, and Reverse-Engineering Prohibited; Submissions; Warranties; Limitation on Claims; Limited Responsibilities and Indemnification; Expiration and Termination of Agreement; Governing Law, Legal Jurisdiction, and Interpretation of Agreement.
Article 13: Current Agreement and Update

We may change the terms and conditions of this agreement, the Wii Code of Conduct, or the Wii Privacy Policy, at any time. A current version of this agreement will be available on the Internet at http://support.nintendo.com. If you do not have Internet access, you may contact our customer-service department, and we will mail you a current version of this agreement, free of charge. We will post notice on http://support.nintendo.com if the agreement is changed at least 5 days before the changes become legally binding. If you do not agree to these changes, you must cancel your Wii Network Service in accordance with this agreement. If you do not have Internet access, you should periodically contact our customer-service department and ask whether there have been any changes to the agreement since the last version you obtained.

Article 14: Sale, Transfer and Assignment Prohibited

You may not assign all or any part of this agreement or sell or transfer any Content or your Wii Shop Account to any third party. Any attempt by you to do so is void.

Article 15: Customer Service/Notices

To contact our customer-service department regarding this agreement, you may: (i) send an email to useragreement@noa.nintendo.com; (ii) send a letter to Nintendo of America Inc., attn: User Agreement, 4820 150th Ave NE, Redmond, WA 98052; or (iii) call, toll free, 1-888-977-7627.

For all legal matters, such as to file a claim against us or to notify us of an alleged infringement, you must contact or notify us in writing at: Nintendo of America Inc. Attn: General Counsel, 4820 150th Ave NE, Redmond, WA 98052.

Article 16: Governing Law, Legal Jurisdiction, and Interpretation of Agreement

This agreement and any claims arising under it is governed by the laws of the state of Washington, without reference to conflict of laws principles. If you want to sue us with respect to a claim related to this agreement, your lawsuit must be brought in King County, Washington, and you consent to the jurisdiction of courts located there. You agree that if any part of this agreement is determined to be invalid or unenforceable, that part will no longer apply and will be considered deleted from the agreement, but all other parts of the agreement will remain in effect. You further agree that we may replace the invalid part by a provision which reflects or comes closest to reflecting the initial intention. If we choose not to enforce a provision of the agreement, you agree that we are not waiving our right to do so in the future.

Article 17: Definitions

"Content" means the software, services, material and other data which we own or have the right to use, distribute or sublicense, and which we send to, or make available as a download through, the Wii Console or the Wii Network Service.

"Club Nintendo" means the loyalty program offered by Nintendo.

"Nintendo IP" means all intellectual property, including but not limited to trademarks, copyrights, moral rights, inventions, patents, trade secrets, know-how and other confidential and proprietary information which we developed, own or have a license to use.

"Points" means the points that you purchase from us through the Wii Shop or through points cards sold or distributed by us or our retailers and promotional partners and that you may exchange with us for a license to download Content or to purchase Products.

"Products" means any goods other than Content that are made available for purchase from us through the Wii Shop.

"Third-Party Data" means Content or other software, services, material, messages (including commercial and non-commercial messages), links to Internet sites, and other data either created by, or sent to, your Wii Console through the Wii Network Service by any non-Nintendo entity or person (including you).

"Wii Console" means Nintendo's system (including the Wii Remote) sold and marketed by Nintendo under the Wii brand, including any succeeding systems and compatible systems.

"Wii Network Service" means the service whereby we can distribute Content, messages (including commercial and non-commercial messages) and other data to your Wii Console, or link you to an Internet site, and whereby you can send and receive Content, messages (including commercial and non-commercial messages), and other data, including Third-Party Data, using your Wii Console. The "Wii Network Service" includes, but is not limited to, the Wii Shop.

"Wii Shop Account" means an account on your Wii Console which you set up and use in connection with the Wii Shop.

"Wii Shop" means our online Wii Console's store, which offers such things as Points, Content, Products, and a download service, all of which Nintendo directly or indirectly operates.


someone can write a petition on line in English correctly?

I spent a lot of money on the Wii shop, and with the new console I lost everything.
glaurung
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(01-19-2010, 02:34 PM)
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There is a reason why it prints money.

I am sure there are petitions like that already, but what makes the big N special is that they do not care about average gamers.
ConradCervantes
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(01-19-2010, 02:35 PM)
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Nintendo are dicks, plain and simple. Hopefully they'll let us transfer our games to the next console; purchasing them again would be ludicrous.
OMG Aero
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(01-19-2010, 02:35 PM)
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You can transfer the stuff, you just have to contact Nintendo.
Jonnyram
(01-19-2010, 02:35 PM)
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Try phoning your local customer service branch? They might help you.
Segata Sanshiro
(01-19-2010, 02:35 PM)
HOLY SHIT! THIS IS NEWS!

Seriously, contact Nintendo. They can transfer your games if you send them the consoles, you just might have to press them a bit.
lowrider007
Licorice-flavoured booze?
(01-19-2010, 02:36 PM)
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So there is absolutely no way of doing this ?, I thought if you rang them there was a way they could transfer the stuff across ?
Segata Sanshiro
(01-19-2010, 02:37 PM)

Originally Posted by glaurung

There is a reason why it prints money.

I am sure there are petitions like that already, but what makes the big N special is that they do not care about average gamers.

Honestly, there isn't a single fucking company in the world that gives even a quarter of a fuck about internet petitions. Probably because the people that sign them end up buying shit from the company anyway.
Somnid
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(01-19-2010, 02:38 PM)
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I thought I explained the process in your other thread. What happened? Did you not follow their instructions?
Keyser Soze
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(01-19-2010, 02:38 PM)
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Well at least they have good backwards compatibility
Servbot #42
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(01-19-2010, 02:41 PM)
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Nintendo should should have gone the xbox360 way when selling digital stuff, i wonder why they didn't.
iamaustrian
(01-19-2010, 02:42 PM)
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did you even try to contact them to transfer your games?
i guess no because they are normaly doing it
dovella
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(01-19-2010, 02:42 PM)
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Originally Posted by OMG Aero

You can transfer the stuff, you just have to contact Nintendo.

Pls find and Read Nintendo disclaimer.

this is Italian Disclaimer

ATTENZIONE: se hai meno di 18 anni, devi richiedere a uno dei tuoi genitori o al tuo tutore legale di leggere e accettare i termini del presente accordo.
Il presente documento è un accordo vincolante fra l'utente (persona fisica) e Nintendo of Europe GmbH, Nintendo Center, 63760 Grossostheim, Germania. Nel presente accordo, Nintendo of Europe verrà indicata come “Nintendo” o “noi”.

Articolo 1: Oggetto dell'accordo.
Il presente accordo disciplina l'utilizzo del servizio Canale Wii Shop. Questo documento integra l'accordo che disciplina l'utilizzo dei servizi Internet Wii, accettato dall'utente al momento dell'attivazione di tali servizi. All'utilizzo del servizio Canale Wii Shop, oltre al presente accordo, si applicano le condizioni dell'accordo relativo ai servizi Internet Wii. In caso di contrasti, il presente accordo relativo al Canale Wii Shop sarà considerato prevalente.
L’utente può stipulare il presente accordo esclusivamente qualora abbia precedentemente accettato le condizioni dell’accordo relativo ai servizi Internet Wii. Nel caso in cui l’utente non accetti tali condizioni, dovrà selezionare “I do not accept / Ich akzeptiere nicht / Je n'accepte pas / No acepto / Non accetto / Niet Akkoord”.
Poiché il presente accordo costituisce una integrazione dell’accordo relativo ai servizi Internet Wii, la cessazione, per qualsiasi motivo, dell’accordo relativo ai servizi Internet Wii comporterà la automatica cessazione del presente accordo.
Salvo sia altrimenti desumibile dal contesto, le definizioni presenti nell’accordo relativo ai servizi Internet Wii conserveranno il medesimo significato nel presente accordo.

Articolo 2: Servizio Canale Wii Shop.
Il servizio Canale Wii Shop viene fornito all'utente da Nintendo. Nintendo può modificare il servizio Canale Wii Shop (in particolare se ciò è necessario o utile per migliorare il servizio o per adattarlo in modo che rifletta le variazioni dei requisiti tecnici o legali), interrompere il servizio Canale Wii Shop e/o cessare la fornitura di parte o di tutti i Contenuti e i Prodotti offerti mediante il servizio Canale Wii Shop.

Articolo 3: Account del Canale Wii Shop.
Accettando il presente accordo, viene aperto automaticamente un account del Canale Wii Shop riservato alla console Wii dell'utente. È consentito aprire solo un account del Canale Wii Shop per ciascuna console Wii. L’account del Canale Wii Shop è personale. L’account del Canale Wii Shop e i Contenuti o i Prodotti connessi all’account del Canale Wii Shop dell’utente non possono essere venduti o trasferiti in altro modo a terzi o a un’altra console.
L'utente ha l’onere di monitorare il proprio account del Canale Wii Shop e impostare il filtro famiglia appropriato o altre misure volte a limitare l'accesso al proprio account del Canale Wii Shop (per informazioni dettagliate, si prega di consultare il manuale di istruzioni della console Wii).

Articolo 4: Wii Points.
Il servizio Canale Wii Shop consente di utilizzare i punti acquistati per ricevere i Contenuti in licenza o per ordinare i Prodotti. I punti non hanno valore contante o monetario e non sono rimborsabili.
I punti sono destinati esclusivamente all'utilizzo personale. I punti, una volta assegnati all’account del Canale Wii Shop dell’utente, non possono essere restituiti o trasferiti a terzi. L'utente è responsabile dell'utilizzo dei punti disponibili nel proprio account del Canale Wii Shop da parte dell'utente stesso o di terzi, indipendentemente dal fatto che abbia concesso o meno la relativa autorizzazione a tali terzi.
In caso di attività fraudolente o illegali, relative all’utilizzo da parte di chiunque dei punti presenti sull’account del Canale Wii Shop dell'utente, Nintendo si riserva il diritto di revocare, sospendere o limitare in altro modo l'accesso al servizio Internet Wii o a qualsiasi parte dello stesso, determinando automaticamente la cessazione del diritto dell'utente di utilizzare il servizio Canale Wii Shop, inclusi i punti.

Articolo 5: Assegnazione dei punti sull'account.
È possibile aggiungere punti sull’account del Canale Wii Shop in due modi. L'utente può acquistare i punti on-line tramite carta di credito; in tal caso i punti vengono immediatamente accreditati sull'account dell'utente. In alternativa, l’utente può acquistare una Wii Points Card presso i rivenditori.

Articolo 6: Addebiti sulla carta di credito e account di fatturazione.
È possibile acquistare i punti on-line utilizzando la carta di credito. A tale scopo, l'utente dichiara di essere autorizzato all'uso della carta di credito e si assume la responsabilità di tutti gli addebiti corrispondenti. Salvo quando diversamente previsto dalla legge, tutti gli addebiti sulla carta di credito utilizzata per acquistare i punti non sono rimborsabili.
Ad ogni acquisto di punti on-line tramite il servizio Canale Wii Shop con la propria carta di credito, l'utente riceverà una ricevuta di conferma della transazione. Tale ricevuta di conferma sarà riportata nel riepilogo delle operazioni dell’utente. Ogni volta che vengono utilizzati i punti per ricevere i Contenuti in licenza o per acquistare i Prodotti, la relativa transazione viene riportata nel riepilogo delle operazioni. Il riepilogo delle operazioni è disponibile presso il servizio Canale Wii Shop. Il riepilogo delle operazioni riporta le transazioni eseguite negli ultimi due anni, a meno che l'utente non elimini tali informazioni o non formatti la console Wii.

Articolo 7: Download di software dal servizio Canale Wii Shop.
Il servizio Canale Wii Shop offre un'ampia gamma di software da scaricare. Completando la procedura d'ordine, l'utente acquista una licenza limitata per utilizzare il software selezionato. Il software scaricato può essere utilizzato esclusivamente sulla console Wii dalla quale è stato effettuato il download. Non è possibile trasferire il software su un'altra console Wii.
Al momento dell’ordine di un determinato software, il numero di punti necessari per il download viene addebitato sull’account del Canale Wii Shop dell'utente. Una volta completata la procedura d'ordine di un software, non è possibile per l’utente annullare la transazione.

Articolo 8: Filtro famiglia.
Si consiglia di utilizzare la funzione di filtro famiglia per assicurarsi che tutti gli utenti della console Wii abbiano accesso esclusivamente a contenuti appropriati per la loro età.

Articolo 9: Privacy, utilizzo dei dati.
Salvo nel caso in cui l'utente colleghi il proprio account del Canale Wii Shop con il proprio account del Club Nintendo, nessun dato personale viene raccolto nel corso dell’utilizzo del servizio Canale Wii Shop e della Virtual Console. Tuttavia, se l'utente accetta tale collegamento, i dati personali vengono raccolti. La raccolta di dati è disciplinata dalla Policy sulla Privacy Club Nintendo dove vengono illustrati tutti i dettagli relativi alla raccolta e all'utilizzo delle informazioni. Resta inteso che l'utente ha accettato la Policy sulla Privacy Club Nintendo al momento della registrazione sul sito Web di Nintendo. Si consiglia di riesaminare le sezioni rilevanti della Policy sulla Privacy Club Nintendo, disponibile all'indirizzo http://privacy.nintendo.it.

Articolo 10: Cancellazione dell’account del Canale Wii Shop.
È possibile per l’utente cancellare l’account del Canale Wii Shop contattando il Servizio Informazioni Nintendo. Una volta cancellato l’account del Canale Wii Shop, l’utente non potrà più utilizzare il servizio Canale Wii Shop. La cancellazione da parte dell’utente dell’account del Canale Wii Shop determina la rinuncia automatica a qualsiasi diritto sui punti inutilizzati, che diventano di titolarità di Nintendo.

= #FAIL
Magypsy23
Banned
(01-19-2010, 02:42 PM)
Why did you get a new console?
ZombieSupaStar
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(01-19-2010, 02:42 PM)
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Originally Posted by Gexecuter

Nintendo should should have gone the xbox360 way when selling digital stuff, i wonder why they didn't.

eh i guess ms is a bit more pro in this area compared to nintendo..... and I cant even believe I just said that.
borghe
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(01-19-2010, 02:43 PM)
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Originally Posted by lowrider007

So there is absolutely no way of doing this ?, I thought if you rang them there was a way they could transfer the stuff across ?

usually nintendo has to have access to BOTH Wiis (aka repair) for them to do this. In this case they almost always allow this. In a case where your Wii breaks and you just go out and buy another one there are very very few cases of them reportedly allowing you to transfer.

IMHO I don't see why you wouldn't send it in for repair. a) it's cheaper than buying a new Wii, b) (in the US at least() you'll usually get your system back within a week or so, c) you are guaranteed that all of your locked saves and Wii Shop games will get transferred over.

Still, I suppose there is SOME reason people do it on occasion.. just know that it is near impossible to get your Wii Shop purchases moved over then.

this is Italian Disclaimer

= #FAIL

YOU (very important in that YOU) are not allowed to transfer purchases. NINTENDO IS allowed to transfer purchases. However they will ALMOST NEVER do so unless they have both Wiis in their possession. A Wii Shop title downloaded on to a Wii will have a ticket forever to run on that system. They have no way of knowing if you will actually delete the old copy unless both systems are in their possession.
SecretBonusPoint
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(01-19-2010, 02:43 PM)

Originally Posted by Gexecuter

Nintendo should should have gone the xbox360 way when selling digital stuff, i wonder why they didn't.

Because they know their fans will buy all the same old roms on the next console without barely raising any disruption.
vazel
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(01-19-2010, 02:43 PM)
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Originally Posted by ConradCervantes

Nintendo are dicks, plain and simple. Hopefully they'll let us transfer our games to the next console; purchasing them again would be ludicrous.

If they don't let us do that I give up on Nintendo consoles. My Wii is basically a Virtual Console machine.
dovella
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(01-19-2010, 02:44 PM)
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Originally Posted by Magypsy23

Why did you get a new console?

I have first Wii from day one in Italy,
and my DVD is broke.

Nintendo customer wants 180 EUR to repair and i buy new console.
Nexus Zero
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(01-19-2010, 02:45 PM)
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This is why I'll never buy anything from Nintendo online again. There's fucking zero chance of me sending in my entire console to transfer a couple of games. The people working on their net team are easily the worst in the industry. I think it's funny they used to talk about having the Wii feel 'alive' whenever you turned it on but it my mind the corpse is already rotting. It just looks dead sitting next to the other two.
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(01-19-2010, 02:46 PM)
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Originally Posted by vazel

If they don't let us do that I give up on Nintendo consoles. My Wii is basically a Virtual Console machine.

You could just keep the Wii.
OMG Aero
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(01-19-2010, 02:46 PM)
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Originally Posted by dovella

Pls find and Read Nintendo disclaimer.

this is Italian Disclaimer

I would read it if I could.
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(01-19-2010, 02:46 PM)
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Originally Posted by ConradCervantes

Hopefully they'll let us transfer our games to the next console.

haha
Segata Sanshiro
(01-19-2010, 02:46 PM)

Originally Posted by dovella

I have first Wii from day one in Italy,
and my DVD is broke.

Nintendo customer wants 180 EUR to repair and i buy new console.

Hmm. You're going to have to raise a stink, but you're probably screwed.
jay
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(01-19-2010, 02:47 PM)
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It's convenient for Nintendo when idiot proofing for the common man and extracting more money out of customers overlap perfectly.
borghe
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(01-19-2010, 02:48 PM)
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Originally Posted by dovella

I have first Wii from day one in Italy,
and my DVD is broke.

Nintendo customer wants 180 EUR to repair and i buy new console.

so instead of waiting a week or two, saving a few euro AND keeping all of your games, you decided to make your life harder?

my suggestion is return your new Wii and send your old one in for repair. Lesson learned.
Magypsy23
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(01-19-2010, 02:48 PM)
They want... €180 to fix a disc drive?
...
What the hell?
Easy_D
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(01-19-2010, 02:50 PM)
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Originally Posted by Magypsy23

They want... €180 to fix a DVD drive?
...
What the hell?

Well, that's probably including the shipping fees which you have to pay yourself.
olubode
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(01-19-2010, 02:50 PM)

Originally Posted by dovella

I have first Wii from day one in Italy,
and my DVD is broke.

Nintendo customer wants 180 EUR to repair and i buy new console.

Can't you contact Nintendo and send in both the broken and new Wii? I can't see why they wouldn't process the transfer then.
borghe
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(01-19-2010, 02:51 PM)
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Originally Posted by Magypsy23

They want... €180 to fix a DVD drive?
...
What the hell?

no. Nintendo has always had flat rates for repair of their systems. To get a DS repaired in the US for example is ALWAYS $75 no matter what's wrong with it. They've charged people $75 to get their hinges or buttons fixed, while they also charged me $75 to replace my cracked bottom LCD. It kind of sucks if you need something minor fixed, but if you need something major it often comes out to a good deal (relatively).

edit - somewhat like Easy_D said, the aboev price for DS DOESN'T include shipping which you have to pay both there and in the price after. The point is to make it cheaper than a new system would cost, but at the same time cover their asses in case they need to do a major repair (i.e. system smashed with a sledgehammer)
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(01-19-2010, 02:52 PM)
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Originally Posted by Magypsy23

They want... €180 to fix a disc drive?
...
What the hell?

Fortunately, the Wii has a DVD and not Blu Ray
zigg
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(01-19-2010, 02:55 PM)
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Originally Posted by Magypsy23

They want... €180 to fix a disc drive?
...
What the hell?

Didn't we hear the European branches will quote you a much higher rate if your Wii has been modded or has the HBC installed?

Is this the case, OP? Because that's almost the price of a new system, there, isn't it?
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(01-19-2010, 02:55 PM)
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Originally Posted by olubode

Can't you contact Nintendo and send in both the broken and new Wii? I can't see why they wouldn't process the transfer then.

m contacting Nintendo to 5 days
I sent an e-mail with all the information necessary to the passage of games from console to console , But I do not guarantee anything because the disclaimer does not provide for such operations.

then leave me waiting with nothing to claim
savor100
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(01-19-2010, 02:58 PM)
At least the only problem you have is that your Wii can't read disks right? I guess you can keep one Wii for VC games only and use your new one to play disk-games.
Magypsy23
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(01-19-2010, 02:59 PM)

Originally Posted by borghe

no. Nintendo has always had flat rates for repair of their systems. To get a DS repaired in the US for example is ALWAYS $75 no matter what's wrong with it. They've charged people $75 to get their hinges or buttons fixed, while they also charged me $75 to replace my cracked bottom LCD. It kind of sucks if you need something minor fixed, but if you need something major it often comes out to a good deal (relatively).

edit - somewhat like Easy_D said, the aboev price for DS DOESN'T include shipping which you have to pay both there and in the price after. The point is to make it cheaper than a new system would cost, but at the same time cover their asses in case they need to do a major repair (i.e. system smashed with a sledgehammer)


Nintendo can manufacture several Wii consoles for €180. It's inexcusable. They shouldn't be asking over 50EUR.
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(01-19-2010, 03:01 PM)
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Originally Posted by savor100

At least the only problem you have is that your Wii can't read disks right? I guess you can keep one Wii for VC games only and use your new one to play disk-games.


Why should I have two consoles?

I have one account and one console

i WANT MY GAMES!!! I PAY FOR IT
Jay Sosa
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(01-19-2010, 03:01 PM)
The OP is hilarious if you read it with an italian accent.

EDIT: I don't mean that in an condescending way, my english isn't very good either.
vazel
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(01-19-2010, 03:01 PM)
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Originally Posted by gkrykewy

You could just keep the Wii.

But I hate clutter. And an older console means higher chance of failure.
Barrett2
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(01-19-2010, 03:02 PM)
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Nintendo has a long and glorious history of not giving a fuck about consumers. Go read The Ultimate History of Video Games by Stephen Kent.
obaidr
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(01-19-2010, 03:04 PM)
dont they sell a Gamecube with a motion sensor controller for 200€? Well seems like the online policy is on par with their other business operations.
Segata Sanshiro
(01-19-2010, 03:04 PM)

Originally Posted by Magypsy23

Nintendo can manufacture several Wii consoles for €180. It's inexcusable. They shouldn't be asking over 50EUR.

Yet they couldn't pay several technicians to fix Wii consoles for EUROFUNNYMONEYSIGN180.

Repairs, man, it's a crooked biz.
HUELEN10
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(01-19-2010, 03:04 PM)

Originally Posted by dovella

Why should I have two consoles?

I have one account and one console

i WANT MY GAMES!!! I PAY FOR IT

You pay for licenses that are only to be used on the specific console you bought said licenses for. You agreed to this when you bought the game in the first place! It sucks, it's bullshit, but you agreed to it. The best suggestion is call until you get someone useful and patient, and mail both consoles in if you have any chance of doing so. Good luck regardless.

The whole licenses tied to a console thing is horrible, but we agreed to it. It's BS, but what can you do?
Segata Sanshiro
(01-19-2010, 03:06 PM)

Originally Posted by Jay Sosa

The OP is hilarious if you read it with an italian accent.

EDIT: I don't mean that in an condescending way, my english isn't very good either.

Oh great, now I'm a bad person, too. :/

do a mario voice to make it even better
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(01-19-2010, 03:07 PM)
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Originally Posted by HUELEN10

You pay for licenses that are only to be used on the specific console you bought said licenses for. You agreed to this when you bought the game in the first place! It sucks, it's bullshit, but you agreed to it. The best suggestion is call until you get someone useful and patient, and mail both consoles in if you have any chance of doing so. Good luck regardless.

The whole licenses tied to a console thing is horrible, but we agreed to it. It's BS, but what can you do?


From my point of view, the WiiShop is a fraud in terms of license

no person (rightly or wrongly) reads the disclaimer

and with Wii on TV + scart low Resolution+ SMALL FONTS DISCLAIMER = disclaimer unreadable
linsivvi
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(01-19-2010, 03:08 PM)

Originally Posted by Magypsy23

Nintendo can manufacture several Wii consoles for €180. It's inexcusable. They shouldn't be asking over 50EUR.

Wii consoles are manufactured in China, while the repair is done in Europe. Wage difference I suppose?
Turrican3
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(01-19-2010, 03:09 PM)
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Originally Posted by borghe

edit - somewhat like Easy_D said, the aboev price for DS DOESN'T include shipping which you have to pay both there and in the price after.

Actually, I understand that you have a free courier service here in Italy to pick and return your console after it's been repaired, but it's not clear to me if that includes out-of-warranty consoles, as the launch unit of the OP is now.

About the license transfer: I was thinking about buying a black Wii lately, and I can confirm that, when I asked customer service they told me that they were able to move them from my current (white) Wii to the black one but I needed to send them both consoles.

I also have to clarify that they worded the reply to make it sound as it was an exception, not a rule.
Segata Sanshiro
(01-19-2010, 03:10 PM)

Originally Posted by dovella

From my point of view, the WiiShop is a fraud in terms of license

no person (rightly or wrongly) reads the disclaimer

and with Wii on TV + scart low Resolution+ SMALL FONTS DISCLAIMER = disclaimer unreadable

It's not a fraud because you didn't read the disclaimer. That's a pretty ridiculous stance to take.
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(01-19-2010, 03:12 PM)
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Originally Posted by Segata Sanshiro

It's not a fraud because you didn't read the disclaimer. That's a pretty ridiculous stance to take.


Pls Try Steam on PC or D2D or GOG (free DRM)

Xbox Service just works its easy

With Wii Shop To purchase requires the presence of a notary? Or Phoneix Write?
Segata Sanshiro
(01-19-2010, 03:14 PM)

Originally Posted by dovella

Pls Try Steam on PC or D2D or GOG (free DRM)

Xbox Service just works its easy

With Wii Shop To purchase requires the presence of a notary? Or Phoneix Write?

No, it's called "read the fucking license you're agreeing to". Do you need a notary to read for you? It's a screwjob and it sucks, but it's not fraud. Consider it a lesson learned.
Somnid
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(01-19-2010, 03:14 PM)
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Couldn't find italian repair quotes but the UK has some and they're about the same as the US. I find it hard to believe the OP got charged that unless Nintendo Italy is running some scam operation.

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