Not sure how many of you have a Wii U here, but the Metroid Prime Trilogy was released today on the Wii U as a digital download. I think right now it’s only $10, and it’s well worth every penny (seeing as how hard copies were still going for upwards of $30 or better). I’m not a huge fan of the Prime series as I don’t really care for FPS games, but there’s no denying that these games still have the magic of their predecessors.
One thing that became very aware to me is that there was a feature that was only accessible via the online functionality of the Wii. These were friend vouchers, and you were basically entitled to give your friends on your flist some to unlock some really cool features (screenshots, dioramas, etc.). Well, since Nintendo shut that down on the Wii, there’s no real way to get them.
Fortunately for us, the internet is so smart and they had a solution posted in this thread:
Scroll through the OP’s first entry and you’ll find a hyperlink to the save download (which is hosted on GameFAQs) and the instructions on how to push it to your game. It makes each blank save file have 15 Friend Vouchers, which is exactly what you need to purchase all of the features.