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civic07 Mar 02, 2007
good job xichigox enjoy ur new wii
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Eve15 Feb 23, 2007
congratulations! The Wii is tons of fun!! Great workout too my buns hurt!
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xichigox Feb 21, 2007
Just got my Wii. I would just like to thank DealsPlus again for such a great prize! Thank you DealsPlus!!!!
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bossusa Feb 23, 2007
Congrats :) Wow, LOOKS Cool, Enjoy ! ! !
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kickass232 Feb 24, 2007
great job winning the wii must be hard work enjoy
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civic07 Mar 15, 2007
good job man enjoy it
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xichigox Feb 21, 2007
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gindernation Feb 16, 2007
THEY GAVE AWAY A WII???? holycrap they give wiis omg.. i hate u thetruemaster for not telling this about earlier. jk but good job for the winner
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Eve15 Feb 15, 2007
Would be nice to lose some weight with this thing.love handles bye bye
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hpatel Feb 14, 2007
this site is so cool i can get stuff so cheap
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harryfan Feb 03, 2007
Nintendo has ventured off the beaten path with its newest system, and the company knows it. While the Sony PlayStation 3 and the Microsoft Xbox 360 both emphasize their impressive graphical capabilities, Nintendo downplays the importance of graphics on its new console. While the Sony and Microsoft consoles keep the branding of their respective predecessors, the oddly named Wii is a semantic departure from Nintendo's more literally named 2001 console, the GameCube. And while the PS3 and the Xbox 360 both use conventional gamepads bristling with buttons, control sticks, and directional pads, the Wii uses a device that looks more like a TV remote than a gamepad to control its games. These strange choices could have spelled failure for Nintendo's newest endeavor. Underplaying processing power, using a strange new controller setup, and giving the whole package an odd name could have been major mistakes for Nintendo. (Consider some of the company's earlier attempts to go against the grain: the Power Glove and the Virtual Boy.) But if our early experience with the Wii is any indication, this particular Nintendo gamble seems likely to pay off. It's strange, it's new, and it's not as powerful as its competitors, but the Nintendo Wii succeeds in its primary mission: it's fun to play. Opening the box The Wii box includes everything you need to hook the system up to a standard television: the Wii console, a wireless controller with nunchuk adapter, the sensor bar, a cradle (for mounting the console vertically), the Wii's modestly sized power adapter, and a set of composite A/V cables. Unfortunately, composite cables don't support the Wii's top resolution of 480p, so HDTV owners will want to also purchase a set of Wii component cables (sold separately). The Wii console itself is downright tiny--easily the smallest and lightest of the new generation of game machines. At 1.75 inches high by 6.25 inches wide by 8.5 inches deep (when oriented horizontally), it is--as Nintendo promised--about the size of three DVD cases. The initial model is available only in iPod-white, but it's a safe bet that we'll see plenty of other colors become available as the months and years progress. Like with the PlayStation 3 and the Xbox 360, you can lay the Wii horizontally or stand it vertically (either by itself or, for added stability, in the included plastic cradle). Like the PS3, the Wii uses a slot-loading mechanism; it accepts the Wii discs (full-size 12cm) and older GameCube discs (mini 8cm), without the need for an adapter. The Wii includes 512MB of internal memory for storing saved games, downloaded Virtual Console titles, and other data. If that half-gigabyte of onboard storage isn't enough for you, the system has a standard Secure Digital card slot for additional storage. SD cards are cheap and plentiful, and the Wii's support of them is a refreshing change of pace from the proprietary memory cards used by older game consoles. While it doesn't come with a memory card or component-video cables, the Wii does include one pleasant surprise in the box. The system comes with Wii Sports, a simple but infectious sports game that lets users get a feel for the Wii's capabilities without investing in additional games. Wii Sports uses the system's wireless controller as erstwhile sporting equipment, letting users swing and mock-throw it to play baseball, tennis, golf, bowling, and boxing. The different games can support up to four players at a time, but most modes require more than the system's single controller for multiplayer options. Players can swap the remote back and forth for golf and bowling, but players who would like to box or face each other in a tennis match or a baseball game will need to purchase at least one more controller. Wii Sports feels more like a collection of five minigames than a fully fleshed-out title, but it lets users have fun right out of the box and showcases the system's potential. Setup The Wii's simple design makes it very easy to hook up. The back panel of the console has only five ports: one for the power adapter, one for the proprietary A/V cable, one for the sensor bar, and two USB ports for future accessories. Just plug in the sensor bar and put it either on top of or under your television, plug the video cable into your TV, and plug the power cable into the wall, and you're ready to go. Once everything is hooked together, just turn on the Wii to go through the software setup. Settings such as time and user name can be easily selected with the remote control's pointer. The only remotely technical setting most users will have to deal with is the network connection, and the menu system practically walks users through the setup. The Wii's Wi-Fi connection can work with secure WEP and WPA encrypted Wi-Fi networks, so you don't have to make your network vulnerable just to play online. We had no problem connecting to our open wireless router, though we couldn't test the network connection beyond that. If you don't have Wi-Fi at all, Nintendo is said to be offering an Ethernet adapter that interfaces with one of the USB ports. Once the Wii's network settings are set up, the system is designed to be constantly online through Nintendo's WiiConnect24 service. The Wii can use WiiConnect24 to automatically download system updates, additional game content, and even weather and news. Wii Channels: Media and online capabilities The Wii's navigation is done through a series of pages called Wii Channels that take advantage of the WiiConnect24's always-on design. Among the Wii's default channels are a weather forecast channel, a news channel, a message channel, a photo channel, and the cute avatar-generating Mii channel. The channel home page is the system's default gateway, which also provides access to the disc-based Wii/GameCube games and Virtual Console titles. The Mii Channel lets users create and modify Miis, cute little avatars for use online and in certain games. The Miis are cartoony and extremely simple, but the Mii Channel includes enough customization features for users to create Miis that look like themselves, their friends, or even celebrities. (Our Wii is currently populated with characters from The Big Lebowski.) Miis don't seem that useful, but they can be used as characters in games such as Wii Sports, and as avatars in the Wii's Message Channel. Since Miis are so simple, players can use their Wiimotes' 6KB of storage to carry around as many as 10 Miis and use them on their friends' Wiis. The Photo Channel was a pleasantly useful surprise, though a bit of a misnomer. The channel can display and edit photos. Nintendo claims that the Wii can also play MP3 music files and QuickTime videos, but these features feel like afterthoughts; MP3s can be played only in a photo slide show, and we were unable to load a QuickTime movie on our Wii. Fortunately, the Photo Channel's emphasis is clearly on image viewing and editing. Once up to 1,000 of your photos are loaded through the SD card slot, you can view them individually, browse them in an album view, or watch a slide show of them. The Photo Channel also includes a basic image editor, though it's clearly built more for fun than serious editing. With its upbeat background music and some very cute image options, the editor feels a lot like the old Super Nintendo classic Mario Paint. While on the subject of media, it's worth noting that the Wii does not play audio CDs or video DVDs, which is something of a disappointment. Yes, everybody already has a DVD player, but with DVD playback capability being standard-issue since the last generation of game consoles, its omission here is something of a conundrum. Nintendo claims it was to keep the price down, and the company's last-generation console, the GameCube, also lacked DVD playback. Nintendo also hasn't indicated that it's going to launch any sort of downloadable video or music store, and--with the Wii's lack of a built-in spacious hard drive--that doesn't seem like it would be on the docket anytime soon. The Message Channel is the Wii's system message and online communication center. It's used to send messages to other Wii owners online using their systems' unique Friend Codes, but we were unable to test that feature without Nintendo's online service. The Message Channel can also give players a variety of reports about changes in their Wii system settings, how much time they spend on different games, and other interesting pieces of information. While unimpressive compared to the Virtual Console and its own games, the Wii's various online channels offer some handy and entertaining features. The Forecast, News, and Internet Channels form the Wii's trinity of nongaming services. They're not quite as impressive as the Xbox Live or PS3's online media systems, but they're still fun and are occasionally useful to have around. The Forecast Channel turns your Wii into your own personal weather report. It displays the local weather, a five-day forecast, and even UV reports. If you want to know more than what the weather's going to be like in your town, you can zoom out to a global view, complete with recognizable weather icons for nearly every major city. A quick drag with the Wiimote can get a weather report for anywhere from San Francisco to Tokyo. It won't replace the Weather Channel or more in-depth online weather services, but for a quick glance at the forecast in between games, the Forecast Channel is pretty neat. The News Channel functions similarly to the Forecast Channel, only with news instead of weather. It downloads stories from the AP wire service, which are displayed in text that can be resized and zoomed in for easier reading on large screens. The stories come with either some form of accompanying photos, or a map indicating where the news is taking place. By default, the News Channel organizes the different stories in the manner of a newspaper into sections such as national, international, regional, and sports news. Besides the newspaperlike format, stories can also be browsed through a slide show or a globelike interface similar to the Forecast Channel's. Much like the Forecast Channel, the News Channel offers a nifty service that doesn't replace dedicated television or online news sources. The Internet Channel is an Opera-based Web browser for the Wii. New URLs are entered with the Wiimote via the Wii's onscreen keyboard, and favorite Web pages can be stored in the browser's bookmarks. The browser is surprisingly full featured, and can even load complex, Flash-heavy Web pages such as YouTube and our own CNET.com. Much like the News Channel, the pages can be zoomed in and out for comfortable reading on larger screens. It occasionally chokes on some sites, but this might be more due to the sites' browser-sensing scripts that automatically assume the Internet Channel won't be compatible. The Internet Channel is currently available for free as a beta version, but that won't likely remain the case. When Opera releases the final version of the Internet Channel software, it will be available as a paid download from the Shopping Channel, for the Wii Points equivalent of around $30. For now, however, the Internet Channel is nice and free. Virtual Console Shopping for old-school games with the Virtual Console is easy. If your Wii is online, just go to the Wii Shop channel and browse. These games cost Wii Points, which can be purchased in card form at stores such as Electronics Boutique, or with a credit card directly through the Wii Shop. Regardless of how you get your points, you'll need to enter them into your account through the Wii Shop. If you have a Wii Points card, you can redeem it by entering a code through your Wii. If you want to buy the points directly online, you have to enter your credit card information with the Wiimote through the Wii's software keyboard. Once you have your points, you can start shopping. Go into the Wii Shop and select Virtual Console, then browse through the various games available. Each game has a title screenshot and a short description so that you can learn a bit before you decide to buy. When you're ready, just click Download, and you can confirm the purchase. The Wii will tell you exactly how much space you'll have left on the Wii and how many Wii Points you'll have left in your account after the download. After you confirm the purchase, the Wii begins downloading your chosen game automatically. The progress of the download is shown by a cute animation of the 8-bit Super Mario Bros. Mario chasing coins and hitting blocks. The downloads can take less than a minute for NES games, or as much as 10 minutes for Nintendo 64 games. Once the game is downloaded, the program will boot you back to the Wii Shop's main menu. Downloaded Virtual Console games appear as individual channels in the Wii's main menu, and playing those games is as simple as selecting their channel and pressing start. The VC emulator loads the game, and your retro fun begins. VC games are essentially perfect emulations of their original versions, which is both good and bad for gamers. Classic purists will be thrilled at the genuine, old-school gameplay experience, but more casual players hoping for the enhanced graphics or online play found in some XBLA retro games will be disappointed. For extra old-school experience, the Wiimote itself can be turned sideways and handled like a conventional controller for NES and Turbographix-16 games. For SNES, Genesis, and N64 games, however, you'll need either an old GameCube controller plugged into one of the system's GC ports or the Wii Virtual Console controller plugged into your Wiimote. Wide-screen users will notice the one fatal flaw of the Virtual Console: old-school games have no wide-screen support. If you play on a wide-screen TV, your retro game will be stretched noticeably. Though a firmware update may be in the system's future, the only way to fix this issue currently is to set your television to a 4:3 aspect ratio for Virtual Console games and set it back to wide-screen for regular games. The Wiimote controller Wii Sports also doubles as a tutorial for familiarizing yourself with the system's unique wireless controller, which is what really sets it apart from competing consoles--and all the game systems that have come before it. The Wiimote, as it's been affectionately dubbed, is a sophisticated motion-sensing controller that connects wirelessly to the Wii via the Bluetooth wireless protocol. This revolutionary design isn't completely wireless: to function, it requires the placement of the Wii's sensor bar either on top of or beneath your television screen. Fortunately, the sensor bar is extremely unobtrusive, and we forgot it was even there minutes after setting up the system. The sensor bar is a small and light plastic rectangle about the size of two pens laid end to end, and it connects to the Wii with a very long cord (about eight feet), so its setup is simple and flexible. The sensor bar comes with a tiny, clear plastic base with adhesive squares on its feet, so you can stick it securely on the top of your television, even if it's a narrow flat-panel screen. Accelerometers inside the remote sense how the device is being held and if it's being moved in any direction. These sensors control actions such as baseball bat and golf club swings in Wii Sports, Link's sword slashes in The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess, and even steering trucks in Excite Truck. Moreover, you hold the Wiimote differently depending on the game: grasp it like the hilt of a sword in Zelda and Red Steel, as a baseball bat or tennis racket in Wii Sports, or hold it horizontally as a steering bar for Excite Truck. Because the Wiimote is so light, these controls and movements can take some getting used to. Fortunately, a speaker and a force-feedback module built into the Wiimote can provide additional tactile and audio feedback for your actions and add an extra bit of immersion to the Wii experience. For example, the remote's tiny speaker makes an audible "Clang!" when Link swings his sword, and it rumbles when Link strikes an enemy. Even menu selections on the Wii are signaled by helpful little vibrations of the Wiimote. The Wiimote also uses a set of infrared sensors to determine the remote's orientation in regard to the television. A set of IR diodes in the Wiimote communicate with the Wii's sensor bar to serve as a pointer for navigating menus and aiming weapons in first-person shooters. Again, this control system takes some getting used to, but once you adapt to the control, pointing with the Wiimote feels much more natural than using an analog stick. It doesn't quite replace the beloved mouse-and-keyboard combination for FPS games, but--after getting acclimated to it--we found it worked better than traditional console controllers. While the new control system is both fun and innovative, the pointer gets occasionally jerky or twitchy, and the tilt controls require a light and subtle touch. Part of this can be attributed to the Wii's learning curve, and after a few hours we barely noticed those quirks. Unfortunately, the Wii doesn't currently have a way to manually calibrate the Wiimote's controls; you're forced to trust the Wii's generally accurate automatic calibration. The remote's stand-alone abilities are impressive enough, but it also has a device port so that accessories can be plugged directly into it. The Wii comes with a nunchuk attachment, a small device that plugs into the remote and contains an analog stick and two additional buttons. The nunchuk augments the Wiimote in many games, such as controlling characters' movements in Twilight Princess or Red Steel. The nunchuk also contains motion-sensing equipment, so it can be shaken and rocked to perform additional actions. For example, shaking the nunchuk in Twilight Princess executes a spinning slash attack. The nunchuk will probably be the most commonly used Wiimote accessory, but others will also be available. Currently, the only other confirmed accessory is the Virtual Console controller, a conventional gamepad with dual analog sticks. The VC controller will most likely be used with the Wii's Virtual Console to play older games, though some Wii games will support the pad's more conventional controls. We also saw at E3 2006 a pistol grip accessory that the Wiimote slides into to offer more controls with shooter games. The pistol grip hasn't been confirmed for retail release, but it offers an example of the flexibility and potential the control configuration offers. This wireless, motion-sensing goodness doesn't come without a price. The Wiimote uses two AA batteries, which must power the remote's accelerometers, IR sensors, Bluetooth radio, speaker, rumble module, and any attachments you plug in (the batteryless nunchuk draws its power from the Wiimote). The Wii doesn't come with any sort of charger, so you'll almost certainly want to pick up a set of at least four rechargeable AA batteries and a battery charger. Another factor to consider is that extra controllers a pretty pricey: $40 for additional Wiimotes, plus another $20 for the nunchuk. Gameplay and graphics The Wii's biggest and most obvious appeal is the ability to use its motion-sensing controller to play Wii-specific games. The Wii's release lineup includes the highly anticipated Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess and the addictive pack-in party game Wii Sports, as well as a variety of more traditional third-party titles (many of which have been enhanced to use the Wiimote control). But while you're waiting for some more innovative Wii titles to arrive, there will still be plenty of games to play. The Wii is fully backward compatible with the Nintendo GameCube and includes four built-in GameCube controller ports and two GameCube memory card slots for gamers who want to enjoy their last-gen games. If Wii and GameCube games aren't enough, the Wii also features Nintendo's Virtual Console, a library of games from the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES), Super NES, Nintendo 64, Sega Genesis, and Turbografix-16 systems. Games can be purchased and downloaded over Nintendo's online Wii Store, where they are stored on the Wii's system memory or SD card. Virtual Console game purchases are tied to the Wii's network ID, so you can't pop your Virtual Console games onto an SD card and take them over to play them on a friend's Wii. On the bright side, Nintendo is pledging that already purchased games can be downloaded again free if you accidentally lose or delete your data. Games are purchased with Wii Points, which can be purchased via credit card or gift card (100 Wii Points equals one U.S. dollar)--the system is essentially identical to Microsoft's tried-and-true Xbox Live Marketplace (Sony's fledgling PlayStation store will denominate purchases in real currency, but is functionally the same). NES games will cost the equivalent of $5 (500 points), Turbografix-16 games $6, Super Nintendo and Sega Genesis games $8, and Nintendo 64 games $10. While the Wii's controller is very advanced and innovative, its processing power is not. The system uses a more powerful version of the Nintendo GameCube's processor, and it doesn't have nearly as much polygon-pushing power as the Xbox 360 or the PlayStation 3. While Microsoft's and Sony's consoles support high-definition outputs of up to 1080p, the Wii can hit only the GameCube's ceiling of 480p, and even that mode can't be used with the Wii's included composite A/V cables. (Most if not all of the Wii's games will, however, be optimized for wide-screen TVs.) The Wii also lacks advanced surround sound, instead sticking with the GameCube's Dolby Pro-Logic II matrixed surround (based on a stereo signal, not native 5.1). In other words, if you're looking for state-of-the-art eye candy, you're going to want to opt for the PS3 or the Xbox 360--either of which will take a significantly larger chunk of your bank account. Conclusion Is the Wii worth picking up? It all depends on what you're looking for. If you've been clamoring for an all-purpose next-generation multimedia box with blinding HD graphics, the Wii will be a disappointment. But Nintendo was never competing in that arena anyway: the Wii is focused squarely on delivering fun and innovative gameplay, leaving Sony and Microsoft to battle it out at the high end. The Wiimote and its motion-sensing, pseudo-virtual-reality controls are the biggest draws of the console, and its online capabilities, Wii Channels, Virtual Console, and GameCube backward-compatibility are just a thick, sweet layer of icing on an already tasty cake. With a price tag of just $250--far less than those of its competitors--and the included Wii Sports disc that provides mindless fun out of the box, the Nintendo Wii won't disappoint. Whether it will be merely a short-lived novelty or a sea change in video gaming, only time will tell.
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folta Feb 08, 2007
thanks for wasting 10 seconds of my time. thats how long it took to scroll through this trash (I don't know if it's trash, i never read it, but i'm pretty sure it is).
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Flaminfire Feb 09, 2007
10 seconds? Dam you must scroll fast...
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kickass232 Feb 24, 2007
u might want to change the font color
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ujaas Feb 24, 2007
font color becomes gray when there are alot of minuses
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wwong131 Feb 02, 2007
congrats xichigox the wii is really great. especially wii tennis hope you have lots of fun with it
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xichigox Feb 02, 2007
Hey Vin_Diesel, when should I be expecting the email confirmation so that I can reply with my address? Or am I supposed to just go ahead and email my address info to you without a confirmation? Thanks!
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ujaas Feb 02, 2007
send you address to support@dealspl.us the sooner you send the sooner your wii will come in the mail.
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Flaminfire Feb 02, 2007
They should email you asking for you address as confirmation, or you can go ahead and mail them.
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zeeshan1anwar Feb 02, 2007
congratz xichigox btw, is it true i cant win anything any more? because i cheated a little...but i really didnt know about it...i am really really sorry...anyone know how to contact the admins/mods?
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xichigox Feb 01, 2007
OMG!! I JUST GOT HOME FROM NIGHT CLASS!!! THANKS everyoone!! This is the greatest news ever!! Thanks for all your support! and Thank you DealsPlus, you guys are the greatest!
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Jaymoon Feb 02, 2007
Have fun with your new Wii, and congrats!
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Flaminfire Feb 02, 2007
Nice job, and make sure you dont kill anymore with the wii remote =)
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zeeshan1anwar Feb 02, 2007
lol its happened before nice to know u are happy! u were honest and u deserved it@
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PHAILURE Feb 02, 2007
W00T! GRATS!! I admit that I kinnda wanna mug you right now... >.> but... grats =D Have fun with it, man! (While you still can... bwahahahaha...)
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xichigox Feb 02, 2007
Thanks guys, I appreciate it! I can't wait to play with it. Don't worry I wont hurt anyone with the wii remote, unless...they are trying to mug me! ;) Thanks again and shoutout to DealsPlus!
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bacontape Feb 01, 2007
congratulations
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liujhw2 Feb 01, 2007
Great!
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jaat23 Feb 01, 2007
nice job man! you earned it!
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superscience Feb 01, 2007
Congarts ichigo :D
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sweetblue22 Feb 01, 2007
congrats!!!...This is an awesome prize!!!
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ujaas Feb 01, 2007
CONGRATS MAN U DESERVE IT! Hey vin i think a lot of us would like no know how you picked the winner what is bcuz he commented positive comments to the the cheating controversy or was it a coincidence?
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harryfan Feb 03, 2007
yea, i would really like to know as well i didnt take part in the giveaway (i signed on after this expired) but i want the other wii and i want some more specifics on the way dealsplus blocks cheaters and picks a winner im not forcing anyone to say anything, i mean if dealsplus needs it to remain confidential i respect that and i will continue to use dealsplus and hope i win but i think many ppl would like to know. thanks.
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dragonboyz1 Feb 01, 2007
congrats to xichigox.... it's such a cool prize....
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mikeisme77 Feb 01, 2007
Congrats xichigox! And interesting (but hard to remember) user name. Enjoy the Wii, it's a blast! I recommend WarioWare: Smooth Moves for parties, but Wii Sports for smaller gatherings. Also, keep an eye out for Sadness (but that one won't be out for awhile).
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xichigox Feb 01, 2007
Thanks mike! I'll definately check those games out!
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parvezag Feb 01, 2007
CONTGRATS xichigox Way to go! and better luck next time for me...
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gdog05 Feb 01, 2007
wtg xichigox! Good job.
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vectra5 Feb 01, 2007
In the end, it's not the guy with the most invites wins - it's the guy with the most luck! All about LUCK!!!
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ujaas Feb 01, 2007
i disagree if its all luk its not really a contest its a sweepstakes like the Shuffle and Zune.
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xichigox Feb 01, 2007
Well this isn't exactly a contest or sweepstakes either. It's a giveaway! DealsPlus lets everyone have a chance and they choose who to ''giveaway'' the gift to. Have fun!
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Dontcallpaul Feb 01, 2007
So wait, how exactly does this work? Is it the more invites you have the higher your chance of winning is, or does everyone have an equal chance? If its the first one, this contest is NOT about luck... And the ppl with 150+ invites obviously cheated; it's kinda pointless to do it this way with them.
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TheTrueMaster Feb 01, 2007
Dontcallpaul, the more invites you have, the higher chance you have of winning. And I agree with you, it is obvious that people with a rediculous amount of invites cheated.
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tigerlilly Feb 01, 2007
I also agree. I looked at a couple of the profiles of the 150+ and all they did was comment here in this thread. It's crazy.
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tigerlilly Feb 01, 2007
And they only joined either today or yesterday ;G
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gradas Feb 01, 2007
I would like it.
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klawrence92 Feb 01, 2007
I bet deals plus is weeding out whoever made multiple accounts right now. Thats probably why their taking so long.
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PHAILURE Feb 01, 2007
But if they are, then why don't they tag the deal as Expired so that no more people try to apply for it? I mean, it makes sense. I'd prefer if the deal just expired and they checked for cheaters, and then determined the winner tomorrow or something, rather than have more and more people apply AS they're checking.
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TheTrueMaster Feb 01, 2007
And also maybe they're choosing the Xbox 360 winners.
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xichigox Feb 01, 2007
It would be nice if everyone could stop accusing each other of cheating. I believe DealsPlus is in the process of checking for cheaters. Also, the site shows that to use DealsPlus service, you have to be at least 17. If they ever implement a confirmation system for e-mails and age verification, I'm sure it would cut down on a lot of spam/cheats/accusations. What do you guys think?
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ujaas Feb 01, 2007
age verification pshhhh email confiramtion i like but dealspl would be losing lots of potential members bcuz its such a hastle. now it dealsplus makes it that so only ppl who join as a member then you can see the deals then ppl would sign up thru email confirmation
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TheTrueMaster Feb 01, 2007
Well, xichigox, if you really think about it, that would not be that successful. People can just say that they're 17 or older, even if they're not. And as for email confirmations, cheating is still possible, if you're dedicated enough... people can make multiple email accounts, sign up on Deals Plus, and accept the confirmation, sure it would take a while, but I'm just saying that cheating is still possible.
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TheTrueMaster Feb 01, 2007
Heres a possible solution to the cheating problem. Deals Plus can track the IPs of people who signed up, who they signed up under, now using that, they can see the time period in which the account(s) were created. If the time period in which the accounts were created is a matter of say about 10-20 seconds, its pretty obvious that that person is cheating. If they were created at random times, then thats a different story.
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xichigox Feb 01, 2007
Good idea, I totally agree. If you can't stop it, make it harder!
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Acidbaby Feb 02, 2007
How exactly would that be fair. I have 5 people in my household who are eligible to join. Not to mention that most ip addresses these days are dynamic. In 10-20 seconds most people can change ip's.
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super_black Feb 01, 2007
with so many cheating accusations i don't think this was a proper contest for this type of giveaway. there should probably another wii contest where it is impossible to cheat unless u guys are able to track who was cheating and who wasn't for this one.
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ujaas Feb 01, 2007
i think the some thing like the most link clicks is the best way to win. there was no cheating involved there. its hard to think of a contest where no cheating is involved but ill let you guys kno as soon as I think of an idea. as for now guys take a chill pill and wait for the actual winner to be announced. if they end up not winning all this fighting would exist for no absolute reason. GL EVERYONE MAY THE BEST CHEAP @$$ WIN! (its supposed to be a complement lol guys)
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xichigox Feb 01, 2007
Yea just chill! =)
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parvezag Feb 01, 2007
agreed, or maybe they should have a contest where you mail your submission through the regular mail. (print a form from the website and then mail it) so that way people making multiple accounts or something have to pay per envelope sent! Maybe THAT would encourage less cheating, even if you have to pay a bit for postage.
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parvezag Feb 01, 2007
btw good luck everyone!
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ujaas Feb 01, 2007
i would never have joined this site if i had to MAIL something lol thats so 90's!!
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PHAILURE Feb 01, 2007
it's called rich kids. spoiled. rich. kids.
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ujaas Feb 01, 2007
so ur calling ppl who visit this site to save on products and win stuff RICH sounds lik an oxymoron to me or how ever you spell it
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harryfan Feb 03, 2007
another psychic ujaas moment they didnt end up winning
3 likes vote
celticpryd33 Feb 01, 2007
wow, i really want to win the nintendo wii. it looks very cool.
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nikmash232 Feb 01, 2007
ur not gonna win with asvs13 here and jaat23 here cuz they both like to cheat massivly
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big_gulps Feb 01, 2007
hahaha, i've had such a hard time getting AT LEAST 1 of my friends to join this site, but then i looked at the entries list and i LOL with the people who have close to 200 invites! pretty ridiculously awesome!
8 likes vote
asvs13 Feb 01, 2007
just wondering wasn't this supposed to end 2 hrs ago?
3 likes vote
nikmash232 Feb 01, 2007
it says it ends today did they specify time?
3 likes vote
jaat23 Feb 01, 2007
yeah, wut r they doin?
3 likes vote
mikeisme77 Feb 01, 2007
That's what I thought... I'm wondering why it hasn't expired yet...
3 likes vote
parvezag Feb 01, 2007
yeah, because i dont know about you guys, but im getting anxious about who won. Because like "only" 160 people signed up, so compared to some other internet contests the chances aren't bad.
2 likes vote
asvs13 Feb 01, 2007
no but it was posted 5 pm yesterday
4 likes vote
big_gulps Feb 01, 2007
"today" means today. is it tomorrow yet? when does tomorrow start?
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mikeisme77 Feb 01, 2007
It was a 24 hour contest though and it's been more than 24 hours.
5 likes vote
zeeshan1anwar Feb 01, 2007
i wonder what week 9 will feature! all the new gaming systems are gone...
7 likes vote
jaat23 Feb 01, 2007
i didn't cheat!!!!
8 likes vote
zeeshan1anwar Feb 01, 2007
yea man...so tell me...how did u get 160 invites in less then 6 hours? what was the strategy because i want to employ it too!
3 likes vote
jaat23 Feb 01, 2007
i have a lot of friends
8 likes vote
zeeshan1anwar Feb 01, 2007
so many that tehy all willingly signed up for u with in 4 hours? during school hours? man u are a lucky guy!
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jaat23 Feb 01, 2007
wut if i didnt go 2 school and my friends dont live in this country!!!
8 likes vote
asvs13 Feb 01, 2007
look he got a lot we dont know how he might not have cheated dont go accusing ppl if u dont no for sure evry one did this to ujaas whne he won da ps3
10 likes vote
jaat23 Feb 01, 2007
thanks. finally someone who belives me!
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zeeshan1anwar Feb 01, 2007
yea yea yea ok...i know ujaas didnt cheat and ill stop sorry jatt...may the best man win!
10 likes vote
nikmash232 Feb 01, 2007
no no one believes u
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ujaas Feb 01, 2007
one possible way of getting 100 + invites is having like a chain letter. you kno all those random chain letters you get from one of your friends? he probably sent 1 out and his friends sent them out and so on and so fourth. Thats what i did for the PS3
2 likes vote
jaat23 Feb 01, 2007
i know
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nikmash232 Feb 01, 2007
ok now that is bs.
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nikmash232 Feb 01, 2007
ur just supporting him because u have 125 invites how about some1 supports him that hasnt invited him or doesnt have so many invites
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nikmash232 Feb 01, 2007
hey look asvs13 gave me a -
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asvs13 Feb 01, 2007
my opinion isnt based on how many invites i have in fact, if i thought like u i probably would jump to the conclusion that he cheated even though ther is no evidence maybe deals plus should ask for confirmation but tey dont rite now, so therre is nothing we can do anyway, if i had ur mindset, wouldnt i be trying to disqualify him so i could have a better chance of winning? i base my reasoning on proof i didnt invite him
1 like vote
nikmash232 Feb 01, 2007
im already out of the contest... im not part of it
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nikmash232 Feb 01, 2007
cuz obviously there are people that have hundreds of invites anywayz stop replying to this thread and stop making fake accounts thanks bi
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nikmash232 Feb 01, 2007
i want to say that people are massivly cheating but i dont care because im going to be accused of cheating even though i put it on a forums and put movtivation by offering free torrent sites if they sign up and i know everyone who cheated is going to now critize me with either their own accounts or ones they make up i think dealspl.us should have an email conformation system for every account that is created....and dealsplus its obvious that people cheated i know im going to get critized for this and i will get a lot of minus's but thats the truth
8 likes vote
ujaas Feb 01, 2007
its better not to get involved nikmash, u kno the expierence i went through when i won. by saying ur not cheating most ppl will think you are cheating. just lay back and just be happy you are getting a chance to win a wii like the rest of us.
14 likes vote
zeeshan1anwar Feb 01, 2007
no nik bro i completely agree...if there is no confirmation then people can create billions of account! i dont critisize you and i dont think its cheating by posting on forums, but making 8000000 accounts on your own is! i really hope dealplus can sift the cheaters out and let the honorable people win!
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gdog05 Feb 01, 2007
I'm fairly sure they can sift through by IP's. Not for positive, though.
6 likes vote
zeeshan1anwar Feb 01, 2007
not unless a proxy is being used...or a school network...
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ujaas Feb 01, 2007
there is gonna be so much controversy over cheaters during every single major contest. wow i cant wait till the LCD contest when the adults actually TRY. hope this contest works out well and there will be NO accusations and name calling like i was involved in back when the ps3 winner was announced. first they got mad at me for spamming forums now they say its ok...?
4 likes vote
gdog05 Feb 01, 2007
School network still would show one IP within an allotted time, and proxy would be pretty slow. I just don't know if they had a decent scanning protocol in place in time. They're pretty smart fellas though:)
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zeeshan1anwar Feb 01, 2007
i see then. ok well. we'll just have to wait and see. when do results come out anyway?
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ujaas Feb 01, 2007
i have no idea what this mumbo jumbo IP and proxy is lol all i kno is DEALSPLUS!
3 likes vote
nikmash232 Feb 01, 2007
ujaas i agree u know what we should step out of this let deals plus deal with the new comers since we are respected here i know ujaas hasn't cheated and please never accuse him of cheating for anything
6 likes vote
zeeshan1anwar Feb 01, 2007
i just wanted to say that i did so i cud be disqualified for this contest. i want to feature in the new ones though. like i said, i really ddidnt know what i wuz doing as i just joined today. again, im really sorry, and hope ill be forgiven. at least i didnt keep going like that guy with 160 invites!!!!
7 likes vote
nikmash232 Feb 01, 2007
yea...thats true...
4 likes vote
asvs13 Feb 01, 2007
i honor ur honesty
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hanamama Feb 01, 2007
this one is for you mr. gulps
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big_gulps Feb 01, 2007
haha thanks man, finally someone signed up!
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zeeshan1anwar Feb 01, 2007
guys i really think a lot of people are cheating. it is impossible to get 100 invites in less then 24 hours! they must be making accounts themselves. i started doing it, but then realized its not really good to do that, so i stopped. i am sorry. i did get 10 real invites though, and i still think that is god. a wii is 250 bucks and it should be won fairlyy. dealsplus is a great site and hopefully it can sift out the badd eggs.
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klawrence92 Feb 01, 2007
if u admit that u did make fake accounts how are people supposed to be able to trust that u made 10 real invites
14 likes vote
asvs13 Feb 01, 2007
I wouldnt go as far as to say that it isn't possible. post links on evry forum u know, email a lot of people, and talk to people to have them get others to sign up for u, beg do all sorts of legal stuf. thats what nikmash232 said, so i did that i still dont understand how some people like jaat23 got so many like 160
6 likes vote
asvs13 Feb 01, 2007
Im not going to go and say hes cheating though. he may just know a lot of ppl.
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ic3box Feb 01, 2007
i think this site makes sure you are at least a level two to win anything... at least thats what it looks like from past results. i hope not, but we will see i guess.
4 likes vote
zeeshan1anwar Feb 01, 2007
is this true? i wud like to know
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super_black Feb 01, 2007
well its been 24 hours according to the post but this thread hasn't expired yet. just wanted to say good luck to everyone else and hopefully no one cheated.
8 likes vote
sherzod Feb 01, 2007
"You may be disappointed if you fail, but you are doomed if you don't try." :)
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Jdai Feb 01, 2007
I want to win too! Free Wii!!!
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usallens Feb 01, 2007
I'll try this one.
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usallens Feb 01, 2007
I don't know how this works.
1 like vote
PHAILURE Feb 01, 2007
follow the directions ("How can you Qualify? Tell a Friend...")
3 likes vote
super_black Feb 01, 2007
will the winner be announced today or will that come later?
13 likes vote
jstroke Feb 01, 2007
It would be nice to have one of these
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luxee Feb 01, 2007
hmm wheres the form to sign up ? :|
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jtp213 Feb 01, 2007
There is no form to sign up; you have to invite someone to DealsPl.us to apply. Hence, "How can you qualify? Tell a Friend and if any of them signup before this is expired"
1 like vote
luxee Feb 01, 2007
do u qualify when your inivtes accept or whats the deal on this...anyone? i dont see my name on the list. 8(
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luxee Feb 01, 2007
Oh Ok ..thanx for the heads up ,guess i didnt see your reply when i submitted this question ..Thanks!
2 likes vote
xichigox Feb 01, 2007
Wow, look at all the invites in the 100's! Great job! This is going to be interesting to see who wins!!
5 likes vote
jtp213 Feb 01, 2007
Can you assure that the people with tons of invites aren't cheating? I personally just don't think it's possible to have over 100, or even 50. Of course, it might not make a difference how many invites they have if you only need one invite to get the same chance as everyone else, but it's still more safe if everything is checked.
6 likes vote
mikeisme77 Feb 01, 2007
My concern would be that some users may have been spamming forums and such. Of course, the rules didn't forbid this so it technically wouldn't disqualify them... However, spamming forums and such tends to leave a foul taste for the site for the users of those forums.
20 likes vote
jtp213 Feb 01, 2007
I see your point, and it makes sense. However, making up more than one account on your own just to win something as valuable as the Wii is worse than posting on forums, since it is explicitly stated that doing so will have its consequences, displaying the action of it being an unfair thing. And, when you think about it (if the quantity of people invited counts), it definitely IS unfair.
4 likes vote
xichigox Feb 01, 2007
I agree with you both. I'm sure DealsPlus is capable to find out if users are being sneaky or not. So, Fear not! DealsPlus does have this fun little warning here anyway, so I'm sure they will be fair to everyone! Warning!! Don't create two accounts by yourself (if found, all the freebies you get will be cancelled).
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mikeisme77 Feb 01, 2007
Yeah, I'm not worried about it. I'm sure if somebody created a bunch of accounts themselves, they'll be found out. And, honestly, it doesn't matter to me if I win or not (I have a Wii)--if I won I was going to sell it to my one friend who I had sign up for $25 (and I was having that friend sign up originally so I could get the bear--this is just a bonus if I win).
1 like vote
jaat23 Feb 01, 2007
me 2!!!lol
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luxee Feb 01, 2007
+1 for me pls.
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utch Feb 01, 2007
Yay I have gone to a new level of pestering family members!!! But I think they are actaully interested hopefully they will stay around.
11 likes vote
ujaas Feb 01, 2007
I kno all my frnds are getting pissed at me for making them join!
3 likes vote
super_black Feb 01, 2007
are you guys also gonna factor in contributions or does that not matter for this contest?
2 likes vote
ujaas Feb 01, 2007
i dont think so
1 like vote
Nirav Feb 01, 2007
yeah this is cool I need one of these...
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EddieStorey Feb 01, 2007
I WANT THE WIIIIIIIIIIII
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hintzdynasty Feb 01, 2007
wiiii
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super_black Feb 01, 2007
will there be a prize for second place?
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Procizion Feb 01, 2007
i guess not
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puppyshy82 Feb 01, 2007
Am I entered when i post a comment here?
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super_black Feb 01, 2007
How can you qualify? Tell a Friend and if any of them signup before this is expired (for 24 hours, entries).
2 likes vote
mofi Feb 01, 2007
free me
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mokie Feb 01, 2007
I want a free wii!
5 likes vote
mwhaley Feb 01, 2007
Wiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
5 likes vote
jutgreen Feb 01, 2007
entered! ...Please, please, please, I want a Wii! *cross fingers*
5 likes vote
tmkim76 Feb 01, 2007
I invited one of my friend.:)
5 likes vote
super_black Feb 01, 2007
im a little skeptical about the guy who has 50 invites so far. i just wanna make sure that no one is cheating because that would ruin everyone elses hard work.
12 likes vote
xichigox Feb 01, 2007
Well, there are other people that have lots of invites. 54, 50, 33, etc. Hopefully they are all legit, and if they are, that's great! More people coming to this site will help it get recognized! It would however be ironic if a lot of them were fake, and this contest was 1 entry to your name...=P Just a thought! Anyway, keep those invites coming and good luck to you all!
7 likes vote
Jaymoon Jan 31, 2007
Do people that you already invited count? Or do they have to be new invites? (Meaning they joined once this contest was active)
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bacontape Jan 31, 2007
entered :)
5 likes vote
prometheus Jan 31, 2007
Man, that would make my day :p
5 likes vote
xichigox Jan 31, 2007
I think overall, it's still based on luck, so even if you invited 100 people, someone who invited only 1 could still win. So if that happens don't whine, instead congratulate that person and thank DealsPlus for hosting a special giveaway. So for those saying it's not fair, deal with it =). We never know when these events will happen, so just enjoy them while they last!
25 likes vote
Nirav Jan 31, 2007
i want it too..
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yank33zrule Jan 31, 2007
NICEEE a Wii! if you invite mroe ppl...does that increase ur chances?
10 likes vote
Aemon07 Jan 31, 2007
Yes Wii would!
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jonman521 Jan 31, 2007
winning a Wii would be awesome!!!
5 likes vote
paucmarc Jan 31, 2007
wii'd like A wii
3 likes vote
jryder522 Jan 31, 2007
sweet, I want one of these, but I'm broke!
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aznenna Jan 31, 2007
i can't wait to won this game for my son... i hope i am the lucky winner.. when do you have to wait until they tell you if you are the winner or not? does anyone know?
6 likes vote
vinny Jan 31, 2007
it expire feb. 1, 2007
7 likes vote
vinny Jan 31, 2007
i want one for myself too...
7 likes vote
aznenna Feb 01, 2007
we are gonna share if you win this game...
1 like vote
ujaas Jan 31, 2007
Vin I think it should be the total number invites. I had 25 invites in total but only 6 count. I don't think this is fair to everyone who invited b4 the contest. Those invites were prolly more legit than the ones that are being invited now.
25 likes vote
ujaas Jan 31, 2007
plus me guys if u think im right lol
4 likes vote
super_black Jan 31, 2007
but remember it was never confirmed that this contest is won by most invites
10 likes vote
Vin_Diesel Jan 31, 2007
If anyone (25 invites) win, you win too! This wii is something special for 24 hours.
18 likes vote
Jaymoon Feb 01, 2007
Technically it would be if your friends you invited win!
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asvs13 Jan 31, 2007
I still don't have near 17... can anyone tell me what sites i could post at to get some more people to join?
5 likes vote
tjmm Jan 31, 2007
I want to run we we all the home with my new WII!
1 like vote
aseo8689 Jan 31, 2007
DO I WIN YET?
3 likes vote
cbrownwsp1 Jan 31, 2007
I'm Down...
3 likes vote
fuku Jan 31, 2007
hmmmmmmmmmmm
3 likes vote
big_gulps Jan 31, 2007
one of my friends joined yesterday within this 24 hour time period i believe. i guess another needs to join to be entered into this giveaway?
8 likes vote
ujaas Jan 31, 2007
i kno i had 19 frnds b4 this give away
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Flaminfire Jan 31, 2007
Do more friends mean higher chances?
10 likes vote
xichigox Jan 31, 2007
Hey Vin, can we get a confirmation about the invites increasing or not increasing chance to win? Seeing that now it only shows one person per entry. Thanks in advance.
9 likes vote
pennyfan87 Jan 31, 2007
I don't get it...I invited someone, but I don't show up under the 'Entries' link.
8 likes vote
pennyfan87 Jan 31, 2007
Nvm.
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mvtran6697 Jan 31, 2007
hmm...do I just respond to the thread to enter?....and then have my friend register?
5 likes vote
Vin_Diesel Jan 31, 2007
just have your friend signup.
10 likes vote
sweetblue22 Jan 31, 2007
I love the warning too11 ;)
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nikmash232 Jan 31, 2007
i am not cheating...my friends at filesharingtalk.com have accepted my invite
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TheTrueMaster Jan 31, 2007
I like the "Warning", it prevents cheating, you should put as part of the rules in every contest from now onwards. Its important, especially for a contest thats giving away a really nice prize like the Wii. Well, good luck everybody thats competing!!!
7 likes vote
nikmash232 Jan 31, 2007
yes definetly i dont like cheaters its important that everyone gets a fair chance
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vdesai Jan 31, 2007
wqiiiii
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vdesai Jan 31, 2007
hi
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asvs13 Jan 31, 2007
I have a few... I emailed all my contacts but only 7 people actually checked their mail... how did nikmash232 get 17?
1 like vote
nikmash232 Jan 31, 2007
check the image i posted
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PC1492 Jan 31, 2007
Wii please. I've looked EVERYWHERE for one.
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nikmash232 Jan 31, 2007
http://i140.photobucket.com/albums/r35/nikmash232/dealspl.jpg
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Flaminfire Jan 31, 2007
wats iplay?
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bacontape Jan 31, 2007
wii :) dealsplus is awesome
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wonjoomin Jan 31, 2007
wow!!! my friends bette sign up =)
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Cookie_Monster Jan 31, 2007
wiiiiiiiii
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pennyfan87 Jan 31, 2007
Pyramid scheme...they're treating us like we're 5 year olds. Wait a minute...free Wii?!..I'm in!
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iluvu Jan 31, 2007
my bro wants a wii sooo badd he is like 6 years old man it would be awesome to see him smile again
5 likes vote
ujaas Jan 31, 2007
nice try lol
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klawrence92 Jan 31, 2007
lol i wish it was that easy
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bacontape Jan 31, 2007
lmao
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parvezag Jan 31, 2007
haha, wow,
4 likes vote
PHAILURE Jan 31, 2007
I ask the same question as stated before: Do the chances of winning increase as you give more invites?
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nikmash232 Jan 31, 2007
yea ditto and phailure good job!
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klawrence92 Jan 31, 2007
if it does then the winner is gonna be one of u 2 unless someone else invites a lot of people
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xichigox Jan 31, 2007
From the looks of the entries page, it appears to be this way. As you can see, it shows how many invites you have next to your name, and if you count how many entries you have, it should match up. Now, unless an admin says otherwise, I believe the more you invite means the more entries, which means greater chance of winning.
1 like vote
PHAILURE Jan 31, 2007
Err... Does anyone know for SURE?
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ujaas Jan 31, 2007
there should be email confirmation vin and also address conformation
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aznenna Jan 31, 2007
for Christmas my son Daniel asked for this game when it comes out...i hope i would win it and suprise him w/ this game. the chances of me winning is slim..but my hopes are still up. if i don't won this, the'res always other things i can get. i might just have to buy it for him....good luck to me...and to all that wants this game..
16 likes vote
vinny Jan 31, 2007
i hope you won this game for Daniel...GOOD LUCK!!!
1 like vote
nikmash232 Jan 31, 2007
yea i got 9 invites i want it badly and my friends are helping me i posted it on forums
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crazydesi Jan 31, 2007
o wow a WIi i really want this badly
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modiman000 Jan 31, 2007
wii!!!!!
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mikeisme77 Jan 31, 2007
Good thing my friend I invited yesterday waited to sign up... I just wanted the bear, but hey, now I can win a Wii too! Sweet!
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xichigox Jan 31, 2007
From what I can see, this is randomized. However, you can increase your chances of winning by inviting more friends. Each friend you invite is an entry into this giveaway. Hope this helps.
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kishore Jan 31, 2007
this is awesome i really want a wii
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fagsluvmen Jan 31, 2007
i hope i win
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lexx575 Jan 31, 2007
wow I cant wait I wish I win.
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tigerlilly Jan 31, 2007
Dealspl.us Is AWESOME!
1 like vote
gdog05 Jan 31, 2007
This is the one giveaway I've been waiting for:)
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super_black Jan 31, 2007
Is it whoever signs up the most people wins or is it randomized from a pool of entries?
8 likes vote
ujaas Jan 31, 2007
if i invite more friends do i have a better chance of winning?
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vectra5 Jan 31, 2007
Great!! I am very excited!
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bossusa Jan 31, 2007
Excellent,,,, Amasing,,,,Thank you dealspl.US
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xichigox Jan 31, 2007
YES!! ANOTHER Dealsplus giveaway!! Wii!!! here I come! This is so great! I love these giveaways!
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johng333 Jan 31, 2007
got my wife to sign up. That should count for two or three entries the way she spends!!!
1 like vote
johng333 Jan 31, 2007
nice!
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