When dealing with new and apparently minor Wii updates, we always consider Nintendo's struggle against the homebrew community
to be as futile as Arnold Schwarzenegger's barrage of attacks on the T-1000. The aggressive application of shotgun shells, grenades and liquid nitrogen tanks can do naught but delay the 'brew crew, always reassembling itself and slipping through the next exploitable crack*.
Aside from, once again, removing "unauthorized modifications to save files" (think: Twilight Hack
), the 3.4 update alters the Wii's Network Services User Agreement
, adds an "enhancement" to parental controls and enables compatible USB keyboards to be used with the Mii channel. Exciting!
[Via Nintendo Wii Fanboy
]*Of course, the T-1000 is defeated in the end ... but then Arnie tosses himself into a smelting pool. Hmm. Honestly, we didn't really think the comparison through. Does the lava represent core gamers?