1. oldmario1974

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    Is it possible to disable the dark filter on the nes vc Wii ?
     
  2. JuanMena

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    Sure if you inject the right mod / patch.

    On the other hand, why don't you use FCEUGX?
    It's a NES emulator with lots of Color Palette options. Among them is the dark virtual console (which I prefer honestly)
     
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    But how do I do that ?
     
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    ... By installing homebrew and downloading the emulator to your SD card. You're on GBATemp, you should know how this stuff works by now.
     
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    I'm guessing that you don't have your Wii hacked... don't you?
    :mellow:
     
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    "and after that, he disappeared from the face of gbatemp..."
     
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    I too would like to disable the dark filter on the NES games. I've hacked my WiiU and injected all my Wii, N64, SNES, DS, GBA, GBC, and GB games, and I've managed to get everything looking and playing great- except NES games, which are blurry and dark in the virtual console. I don't want to use an outside emulator if i can help it, as I prefer to launch all my games from the Wii U menu with no other steps. I've been trying and trying, but can't figure out a way to inject an NES game while disabling the dark filter and blurring, so it looks more like the NES classic emulation. Has anyone done this?
     
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