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Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by JJBro1, May 8, 2008.
are there any out there? I don't mind if its gen plus but i would prefer something else.
genplus currenly only ... but no wiimote support yet
Gens Plus does have wiimote support, foolius.
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EDIT: ajshdksad friggin bbcode
Didn't know Lopst also did those my bad
I hope somebody make a channel version.
there's a channel version of it around actually. however, it randomly crashes on me.
Why does anyone want to use this?
Do you really want to waste Wiimote batteries on this?
Get a freaking Gamecube controller.
Well I know the reason I use them is because for me and my kids. If we used the GCN controller Im sure my kids would pull on the controller and make my wii come crashing down. People use and want to use the wireless wiimote for thee... wirelessness of it. Thats why we dont want a freaking GCN controller. If youre not bothered by the cable, fine, whatever floats your boat. But Id gladly "waste" batteries for a wireless solution.
Okay, what about the fact that the Wiimote is terrible for Genesis or SNES control?
And the fact that this bug-ridden, unstable code was stolen from Tehskeen and frequently causes lockups on your Wii?
Your wireless solution is the Wavebird.
Ever heard of the classic controller?
Way better than that crappy D-pad on the Gamecube controller.
Never frozen for me either, and I've played both SNES and genesis fairly much.
You're saying you've never lost connection with the Wiimote and gotten an error indicating as much?
You lose connection once when you go to select your game to load for the first time. Simply reconnect and play and you won't lose connection again for the remainder of your session and it certainly does not freeze the Wii.
Beyond that there are plenty of games (Sonic 2, ever heard of it?) that work just dandy using only the Wiimote. Just because you, Gnimm, seemingly do not prefer to use it, doesn't mean you need to anally bleed all over everyone who does.
I also prefer Channel version since it's a lot more convenient.