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Team Disscussion!

Written by  on April 25, 2009

Well seeing as this is only me [Dark] and Tracker, its kinda funny that I call us a team. We don’t generally work together. Sure we discus mods, news, tech, and even game together, but we don’t exactly work as a team. We each do our own thing and try to mash it all into this site. Its interesting and I’m happy to be along for the ride. However I would like to post more original content, as would Tracker, this we have discussed many times. Our forums should be filled with tutorials and we should have many more active members to even expand our little two man team. We have tried to find new other writers to help generate content but we have had no real luck. So I’m proposing that me and Tracker attempt to make every post from now on, a real post. What I mean by a real post is that we actually write our content. I have in the past posed stupid things from engadget and even Gizmodo, but the time for foolishness is over. Tracker is ordering 2 very nice personal servers and will have them set up soon. I’m hoping to do some fun networking mods and tricks with him and his new servers. For example, me and Tracker had at one time a nice VPN set up, however things got hectic and the project fell apart. So here is to a hopefully much more interesting future on TMS!

Also we are STILL looking for writers / modders to simply generate more content, if you have a mod we would love to showcase it, or if you love to talk about modding we would love for you to post your content either here or become a full time writer!

-Dark

Wii Pong

Written by  on February 13, 2008

OMG! Well lets see, its been only a few days since the homebrew hack was released for the Wii using a buffer overflow. You’d think that seeing as thats almost always the way consoles are hacked that this would be fixed. But lucky for me it isnt. I have a Wii and i can tell you im defiantly going to open my Wii up for homebrew. Ill [Dark] Be making a tutorial on how to open your Wii up for the awesome world of homebrew (and possible softmod?????)

For now all I can tell you is that you are going to need a copy of Zelda: Twilight princess. And not just any version either. There is a U.S. Version that is said to not play nice with the hack, more info later. (Oh god please have mine be compatible) 😉

Source: Engadget