The only problem here is that most large companies won't actually pay an invoice to an entity (company) that isn't somehow a "registered vendor" or whatever label they decide to stick on the "account". And don't think it will be a slam dunk for small claims either, the court would likely side with company in the fact that you can't just go invoicing a company because you feel like they owe you money (even if you do). Normally an invoice is related to some form of contract (verbal, written, whatever) and without that, well, good luck.
If you are lucky, they will send you back the requisite paper work to become a registered vendor. More likely they will ignore the invoice.
This would be a crown jewel in the Wii Homebrew scene. Not that there aren't plenty of amazing titles already there - this game was [unintentionally] designed to be played with a nunchuck and wiimote.
Some of the nicer boards will tolerate ECC memory being inserted, but won't actually do any meaningful error correction (like scrubbing) - but a disturbingly large number of consumer boards (BIOS limitation perhaps?) don't actually do ANYTHING with ECC memory, and the really cheap ones won't even boot with it present. I used to have the same mindset of purchasing only ECC RAM for the same reason - but the unfortunate truth is that hardware support for it just isn't there without spending $$$ on a decent board too.
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