Wii is a video gaming console including the Wii Remote motion-sensitive controller.
Note: the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection service for Wii was discontinued on 20 May 2014, and it's no longer be possible to use online features of Wii software such as online play, matchmaking and leaderboards.
The following services are NOT affected by the termination:
Website URL: www.nintendo.com.au
The Wii has Parental Controls settings that allow you to limit access to certain services and content that you may deem unsuitable for minors.
If you use the Wii online you can place limitations on the following features:
* It is not necessary to restrict online features that have been discontinued as of May 20th 2014.
To access these controls, you can:
Right: an example of the Wii Parental Controls.
If you see content that presents a credible risk to your or another's safety, please contact the Australian Police by phoning 000. If contacted by the Police or other law enforcement agency, Nintendo will work with them directly on their investigation.
If you want to speak with someone about cyberbullying, you can contact Kids Helpline on 1800 55 1800, or at the Kids Helpline website.
Once purchased, the Wii is free to use. You can use the online service for the Wii at no charge. However, a wireless access point and broadband internet connection are required and internet usage charges may apply. Please consult with your Internet Service Provider (ISP).
Through the Wii Shop Channel, Wii points can be purchased for a fee. These Wii points can be used to purchase downloadable games and contents.
Right: an example of the Wii Shop Channel.
By using the Wii Shop Channel, you agree to comply with the Wii Shop Channel End User Licence Agreement.
If you have purchased a Wii U, you can transfer certain purchased content from the Wii to your Wii U system. More information is available at Nintendo’s Support page.