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have you modded your wii (to play games of a usb port or play copied games)?
Softmodding or Hardmodding both come with the risk that future games may not work IF the game comes with security checks for the presence of such mods.
If your wii is NOT modded, it may be remedied by connecting to the internet and downloading updates to your wii.
If your wii IS modded, then do NOT attempt the above as you may brick it.
If none of the above apply, try the game on a neighbour/friend's (unmodded) wii..if it still doesn't work - exchange the game from the place of purchase.
Do you think it's the battery? Or maybe the back. If the wii loses power, either the game you are in will immediately pause or it will continue moving in the same direction you pointed it in before the wii lost power
I thought I had a similar problem. It helps to read the instructions on how to play the game. You can re-read the instrictions on how to play the game in the help menu by pressing + and following it to the mini games.
What you need to do to start the game is hold the control pointing it to the ground. Press A to start the power gauge and away you go. If your still unsuccessful, you may have another problem.
Will your game disc play on your neighbor's console? If it does not, then you might have a bad disc. Take your receipt and the game back to the store, they will exchange a game for the same title, with receipt.
This is actually the "Wii Play" game. You must unlock each game by successfully completing the previous game. In this case, I believe that you must play, and finish, Billiards or Laser Hockey to unlock Fishing, then complete Fishing to play Charge!, and so on.
Each Mii that you play on your Wii Play game must each go through the growing pains of passing each section first. You should be able to drudge through the games in about 3-5 minutes each. Once the games are unlocked, they stay unlocked.
I can only presume that the discs are faulty, just that your relative has a better/newer/cleaner laser to read them. I can't see any other real reason why it would be limited to one brand. The only sure way would be to buy a brand new EA game and test that i suppose. None of the software in the Wii works to limit a brand. Has your Wii been modified?