Does any of the loaders play GameCube games??

Discussion in 'Wii - Backup Loaders' started by SamAsh07, Oct 28, 2010.

  1. SamAsh07
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    I'd really like to play some of the GameCube games you know -_-, since the Wii CAN play GameCube games from the main drive, I thought of asking if any backup loader can actually run GC games, well....do they?
     
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    Sao Mortel GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    YES!! You have to install a cmios for gamecube games to work. use modmii to get them
     
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    he means a USB loader i dont think so unless you get WODE
     
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    A USB/DVD any loader will do, whats WODE btw?
     
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    WODE is a physical device that you can buy that will play GCN backups via a harddrive.

    Backups dvds work fine, you just need to install a cMIOS and use a loader (neogamma)
     
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    Yes burned DVDs work fine with Disc Loaders like Neogamma most of the time. There are compability lists around the internet whet Games work and which not, like that one:http://wiki.gbatemp.net/wiki/GCOS_Gamecube_Compatibility_List. Some USB Loaders also have Disc Loaders build in, USB Loader GX for example (not sure about cfg-Loader at the moment, don't have my Wii at hand).
    Some people here in the Forums are working on a GC USB Loader, but that isn't functional yet as far as I know. If you want to launch GC backups from a USB drive WODE is the only option at the moment.