[color=deepskyblue]1. Simply burn the iso image with ImgBurn, Nero or any other you choose.
2. If you have any problems burn at a slower speed.
3. Use Ritek DVD recordable discs if possible and only use DVD- the DVD+ do not work on the WII very well.
4. I have only used a real mod chip not soft mod below are some names of the differant types out there.
Becoming the longest alternate ending in the history of the film, Scarface: The World is Yours starts at the end of the classic movie. As venerable Tony Montana, players break out of the drug lord's mansion instead of falling face first into a puddle of blood. Losing everything, Tony starts over from the bottom rung of the Miami drug scene, and it's up to the player to gain it all back.
This creates an interesting scenario for a movie based game. Besides rewriting film history and completely changing the point of the movie, Scarface has a lot riding on it to deliver as far as the story is concerned. Sadly, that's the one area the game misses out on entirely.
Scattered between countless drug runs, murder, escort missions and other various side missions is a story struggling to keep pace with the rest of the game. By the time the next plot point arises, you've forgotten the previous cinematic. Slightly upgraded character models seem to be the only noticeable change from the Xbox and PlayStation 2 versions.
Thankfully, the game play is engrossing enough to keep things interesting through an extensive array of missions. An obligatory third person Grand Theft Auto knock-off, Scarface doesn't manipulate the formula enough to feel fresh. What it does is build on that same concept, and in the end, it's a better game.
At the heart of Scarface is targeting, a multi-tiered system that allows for locking on and manual firing. Holding down the auto targeting button allows for precise shots that can lead to a number of gruesome injuries. Becoming the standard for Wii ports, the remote acts as the right analog stick, aiming accurately and controlling the camera. It’s a far better aiming device than it is a camera controller, though disorientation caused by a sudden wrist movement is easy to recover from.
To give a purpose to the manual targeting, you’ll increase Tony's "Balls" meter with each successful kill. Yes, it means exactly what it says, and can also be filled by spewing vulgar taunts, risky driving or carrying on full conversations with civilians. When filled, Tony can enter a rage mode, making him a dead-on shot from a first person view and regaining life with each kill. This is a solid upgrade on the Wii, as the ability to rapidly shift targets allows for higher counts before the clock ticks down.