Doom on the Wii?

Discussion in 'Wii - Emulation and Homebrew' started by Col70, Mar 9, 2009.

  1. Col70
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    Col70 GBAtemp Regular

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    Ok I have the homebrew version of Wii on my SD and it's fine but very short (think its a shareware or something...)

    What I wondered was.... I own the original version of Doom for the PS1. Is there a way to rip the code out of the game to then put it into the Wii version to play a bsaic ported version on the Wii?????
     
  2. PettingZoo

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    When you say "homebrew version of Wii" does that mean you already have the Doom version for Wii? If not go here and click download on the left. It's the same as any other doom just that you can customise the wads to make it look different (like counter strike). As for ripping code or whatever I'm not sure that there is a PS1 emulator for the Wii or if there ever will be.

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    When you say "homebrew version of Wii" does that mean you already have the Doom version for Wii? If not go here and click download on the left. It's the same as any other doom just that you can customise the wads to make it look different (like counter strike). As for ripping code or whatever I'm not sure that there is a PS1 emulator for the Wii or if there ever will be.
     
  3. Joey Ravn

    Joey Ravn F*** you, Nintendo!

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    Well, there's WiiSX, but it's much easier to play with the Wii port of Doom you posted [​IMG]
     
  4. Col70
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    WiiSX isn't available yet is it ..... or is it???? If so where??
     
  5. Alexrose

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    I don't think it's possible to rip the wads from the PS disc, it's from the PC version you want.

    But, to be fair, I don't think ID will lose much sleep if you "obtain" the full game wad elsewhere; especially since you do actually already own the game. It's not hard to find, just google it.