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So you have yourself an awesome Wii? You have lots and lots of games but do you have the Nintendo Wii game cheats? I am talking about the new generation of Up Up Down Down Left Right Left Right B A Select Start”¦ Game developers know that consumers (geeks) LOVE to find hidden Easter Eggs and Cheat Codes in any game – makes it way more enjoyable, right? Well today, I am going to show you the two websites that I frequent for my Wii cheats and to improve game play.

If you are a believer that a game is only fun if you beat it without any help then save your time and move on to the next great Make Use of article! Here comes the cheating!

The first website up is called CCC Cheat Code Central but they also have other sites for other systems so keep that in mind when you are looking for XBox 360 cheat codes.

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Once you find yourself at CCC’s website you will see 6 menu options: Cheat Codes, Reviews, Videos, Game News, Release Dates and a place to trade games. Today, we are only interested in the first item.

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The Cheat Codes menu will either list All Games for you by alphabetical order by hitting the link that says All Games. Or you can click on the letter matching the first letter of your video game’s title. In this case, I was looking for Zelda Twilight Princess so I hit the link labeled Z.

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Z only returned 2 entries and the second one was what I was looking for. I clicked on the Zelda: Twilight Princess link and was taken to a page for just that specific game.

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Once I was on the game’s sub-page, I could scroll down and find cheats and hacks galore! Zelda does not have Cheat Codes per se but there are lots of awesome tips, tricks and ways around things here.

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Next up is a game called The Simpsons Game – it is no secret that I love me some Simpsons! Matt Groening is a genius! This game does have a cheat code along the lines of that old contra code. Here you see you can get Infinite power for all characters’ by hitting Plus Left Right Plus Minus and then you will hear a tone and blamo – full power and it won’t deplete!

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I normally do not go a’looking for cheat codes until I have beaten a game or otherwise given up! Don’t ruin your fun but you can add to it when you would be bored of it and would not normally pick it up. Think about Grand Theft Auto.

The second website on my list is called GameSpot and their Nintendo Wii game cheats are available for you at this URL.

There is a search feature at the top but they have links on the Wii Cheat Page’s home screen for the hottest games with cheats. You will probably see a few you want to click on. Under each title, they break down what they have for your cheating pleasure. They can be unlockables, glitches, easter eggs, secrets, FAQs and more. Check them out.

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I clicked on through to Super Smash Brothers Brawl and scrolled down to some awesome unlockable features from the game, as you can see below:

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They tell you what the feature is and how to unlock it. Next up is their easter eggs which are always cool! Here are some mid-battle conversations key combinations – say that 3 times, fast!

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Then we have our full on password cheats. They open some new exciting places for you to check out!

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What sites do you use to find Nintendo Wii game cheats? We would love to hear from you. Do you use Homebrew? What are you favorite Wii Applications? Share with us in the comments, young gamer!

  1. Ammon
    September 25, 2009 at 9:12 pm

    I've never been to either of the sites mentioned in this article, so thanks for the heads up. My preferred source for Wii (and every other console and system out there) is GameFAQs. The're actually owned by GameSpot now, so much of their content might be the same.

  2. aweirdguy
    September 25, 2009 at 9:09 pm

    Um... did we miss gamefaqs.com somehow? It has everything available for every game ever released on any system, makes gamespot cheat selection look lame...

  3. Altzan
    September 25, 2009 at 7:44 am

    I prefer to beat the game without cheats, then either use them with my old save or start over and use cheats.
    Nice article, but I prefer looking up cheats on my PC, and my favorite site to use is Gamewinners.com .

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