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Xploder to launch Cheat Saves for the Wii console

Post by kai666 » Monday, 07 May 2007, 9:19

Xploder to launch Cheat Saves with Movie Player & Media Manager for Nintendo Wii

Nintendo Wii gets the ‘Xploder treatment’ - Wii Cheats, Wii Movies, Wii Music, Wii Pictures - all from one comprehensive Cheats and Media Management application.
Xploder launches Cheat Saves with Movie Player & Media Manager for Nintendo Wii: Transform your Wii into the ultimate multi-media entertainment system. Includes Virtual Console Game Management functions.

Cheats Always Prosper! Access cheatsaves for the very latest Wii titles - Would a little extra Zelda help be useful? Or maybe you want to get past that difficult stage on Call of Duty 3? - by accessing the extensive Xploder database you can get the latest cheats for these games and many more.

Going Retro? We’ve raided our archives to bring you access to our extensive collection of NES, SNES and N64 cheats, so once spent your hard-earned Wii Points downloading those retro classics from the Virtual Console you can give yourself an unfair advantage in these games too! You can also use the application to back-up Virtual Console games to your PC via an SD card.

Join the Community! Once you’ve cracked your favourite game, you can add your best Wii, N64, SNES and NES gamesaves to the Xploder Community Database and share them with others!

It’s Movie Night! Home movies and many other movie file types (including DVD VOB*, MKV, Xvid, DivX, MPEG 1 & 2, M1P, M2P, MP4, TS, WMV, ASF, and AVI) can be converted to MJPEG and transferred to SD for Wii playback.

Go Go Slideshow! Manage your JPEG photo and image files to create fantastic slideshows on your Wii!

Add Some Tunes! Convert CDs to MP3 with auto album, artist and track naming and add them to your Wii slideshows.

Xploder Cheat Saves for Nintendo Wii - Everything you need to get the most from the Nintendo Wii - available for just £19.99 from leading retailers from March 1st 2007.

Cheat Saves for the Wii: http://xs.xploder.net/xploder/xploderui ... ntendo-Wii

OR why not Download from www.xploder.net for just £14.99 - available from 23rd February 2007.

*Non copy-protected DVDs only.

International PR/Media Contact:

Phil Holmes

Marketing Manager

Fire International Ltd.


Tel: +44 (0) 1302 325 225

Please note: Xploder Media Management Solutions are developed by Blaze Games, and are distributed by Fire International in Europe and by Blaze Games in North America.

About Fire International Ltd:

Fire develops, manufactures and supplies worldwide a comprehensive range of console and PC based media management and video game enhancement utilities under the Xploder and Blaze brand-names.

As an MPEG4/AAC licensee, Fire provide advanced media conversion of video and music for use on PSP, XBOX 360, PS2, DS, Mobile Handsets and iPod as a single access point. Cross-platform media management solutions are available for all media, whatever the system.

The Blaze brand has been recently been used to re-launch a range of innovative bespoke accessory lines for major videogame consoles, available in sector-leading metal packaging.

Proprietary products include: PSP Xploder Movie Player, PSP Xploder Music Studio, Blaze PSP Pro Audio Sound System and Protector Case, Xbox 360 Xploder Cheat Saves, XBOX 360 Xploder Media Centre, PS2 Xploder Cheat System and Media Centre, Xploder PS2 HDTV Player, Blaze PS2 Mini Pro Shock Wireless Controller, NDS Xploder Cheat Saves and iPod Xploder Media Centre.

Fire also provides OEM solutions for own-label product ranges across a wide variety of accessories, hardware and software – Fire technology powers the GameShark brand for Mad Catz in the US, Xterminator for Gametech in Japan and the Limited Edition Xploder Lite software that is bundled with the Lexar Gaming Edition PSP Memory Stick PRO Duo.

® Xploder and Blaze are Registered Trademarks of Fire International Ltd. Fire International acknowledges all game & product names that are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective publishers, manufacturers or licensees.

SOURCE: http://www.xploder.net/Nintendo-Wii/pre ... do-Wii.htm

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