Wii doesn’t only play games, it also connects wirelessly to the internet to bring you the latest news,
weather reports and game downloads; plus you can send text messages and swap data with other Wii owners
online. Watch our video to discover what your Wii can do when connected to the internet and click
here for a step-by-step tutorial on
Revisit your memories with the Virtual Console. Use Wii Points to download old favourites like SUPER MARIO BROS. and The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, and play them on your Wii.
In May 2008, Nintendo introduced WiiWare™, a new service where companies large and small can create new games that you can purchase and download from the Wii Shop Channel.
Send that memorable game to a friend, along with a message reminding them of the times you spent playing together. From your Wii to theirs, give the gift of games.
Check the news and forecast, surf the web, send Mii caricatures to your friends, be part of fun opinion polls, and much more, all using the Wii Channels.
Using WiiConnect24, your Wii is connected to the Internet even when it's turned off, and it gets updated with news, polls, forecasts and messages while you sleep.
With the Internet Channel, you can surf the web on your TV with your friends. Navigating through the Internet with the Wii Remote controller is an intuitive experience of its own, and it's available only on Wii.
Create look-alike Mii caricatures of your family and friends, then show them off by sending them to a friend's Wii over the Internet, and even enter Mii contests and polls.
Connect, compete, and communicate with other players worldwide via games compatible with Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection. Use Friend Codes to play with people you know - or compete anonymously any time of day.
Broadband internet connection is required. Internet usage charges may apply. Consult with your ISP