Last week, for those of you who don’t know, the long-awaited Xenoblade Chronicles was finally released in North America. I picked up my copy on Easter (because it was pretty hard to find a copy with the shrink-wrap still on at launch, and I’ll be damned if I’m going to pay full price for an opened game), and I finally got around to dusting off my Wii and putting in the disc today. With my Classic Controller at my side, I was all ready to experience the Wii’s highly celebrated swan song.

Except that didn’t happen. See, my Wii is old and the Xenoblade disc is dual-layered. Older Wiis have a problem reading dual layered discs. I’d recommend either sending your Wii in to Nintendo (don’t worry if your warranty has expired, they’ll take care of it), waiting for the Wii U if you want to play Xenoblade, or cleaning the disk drive yourself. Either way, take heed before you spend that $50.

Mike Cosimano
Mike Cosimano resides in the coldest part of an area known for its already frigid temperatures, where he complains that every game isn't just Spider-Man 2 again. He also enjoys podcasting and being confused by PC gaming in his spare time. You can talk to him if you want to hear about his Fast and Furious crossover fan fiction.

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