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Can I download Wii game demos free?

Download Wii game demos 

download wii game demos

Download Wii game demos

For those who know “Wii” is more than a pronoun, the news that it’s possible to download Wii game demos should not be a big surprise.  In the past, it was only possible to download the games through file sharing.  Today, however, there are actual sites where one may get the demos legally.

In fact, there are even a few different ways in which to get the demos by using your Wii equipment.  One of the most popular ways to obtain these demos is to use your actual Wii console.  Simply power up the equipment and navigate to the Wii shopping channel and hit start.  Sit through the update then choose “start shopping.”

One must next study the numerous choices on the following window then choose WiiWare in the center of the screen. From here the user must next select “Search by Genre.”  It is now time to specifically decide which game demo you would like to download.

Click on the demos box and peruse the list.  The following screen provides details and will feature a blue button that is labeled “free”.  Once you have read all the information that is relevant to a specific selection the user must next click on the “free” button.

download wii game demos

Download Wii game demos

Once the user has properly double-clicked on the button the game demo will be downloading to the “Wii system memory”.  The user now waits and watches the progress of the demo download.  Once the game demo is downloaded the user need only click OK and return to the Wii main menu to actually play the new game.

(Images courtesy of Cheatgameblog and Brutalgamer )

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