Wii Shop Channel User Agreement

On October 22, 2008, wii Shop Channel received an update in which the controller`s information was moved to a separate window of the game program. The Wii Shop Channel also asks the user before buying a game to confirm if the user has the necessary controllers. The Wii Shop Channel also loads faster after this update. The software downloaded by the Wii Shop channel is stored on the internal memory of the Wii console. Once the download is complete, the new software will appear as a channel in the Wii menu. The software can be copied to SD cards or downloaded for free. Wii consoles with version 4.0 system software can download software directly to SD cards. [15] Your Wii console and Wii network service are not designed to be used with unauthorized software, services or equipment or unauthorized accessories, and you cannot use them with your Wii console or Wii network service. Such use may be illegal, ends any warranty and constitutes a violation of this agreement. Such use can also result in injury to you or others, or cause performance problems or damage to your Wii console or Wii network service. We (and our licensees and distributors) are not liable for damage or loss caused by unauthorized software, services or equipment or unauthorized accessories. We can take steps to disable or remove unauthorized software, services or devices installed in your Wii console, for example. B by locating and disabling them via Wii network service and/or game software.

If we recognize unauthorized software, services or devices, your access to the Wii network service may be disabled and/or the Wii console or games may not be playable. Web Beacons: The Wii Network Service uses a common Internet technology called “web-beacons” (also known as “web bugs,” “action tags,” “Pixel-Tracker” or “Clear GIFs”) that are small graphic images placed on a web page, web document or e-mail message to collect certain information and monitor user activity online. Web tags are invisible to you because they are usually very small (only 1 x 1 pixel) and the same color as the background of the site, document or email. We can use web tags to collect non-personal information such as the Wii Console IP address, the URL of the page where the web user comes from, and when the web tag is activated (for example. B if you look at the site, advertising or email with the web beacon). We do not use web tags to collect personal data. By “You,” we are talking about the buyer, recipient or other end user of the product that contains the software or the buyer, recipient or other end user of the software on a fixed basis. “She” may also be a person who has downloaded the software from an authorized website, z.B. www.belkin.com or a market or authorized app store, such as the Apple App Store or Google Play (each of these markets or app memories is called the “App Store” in that agreement and is referred to as the “App Store” in that agreement).

The Nintendo Wii™ not only allow users to play online games, it can also be used to open some sites like Facebook.