Emulators frontend

Discussion in 'Wii - Emulation and Homebrew' started by Tetsuo Shima, Nov 4, 2008.

  1. Tetsuo Shima
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    Are there any good frontends to run emulators? I tried "All in 1 emuloader" but it's not working
     
  2. NosferatuZODD

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    You might google Hyperspin. By far has the best eyecandy and from what I hear it's a damn good front end.
     
  3. Luriden

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    Hyperspin is out on Wii?
     
  4. Tetsuo Shima
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    It actually works, it just doesn't support SDHC cards. It's very good, but I'll wait for an updated version with wiimote (it requires a GCN pad) & SDHC support
    I can't find a Wii version of Hyperspin and I don't think it even exists.
     
  5. Edgedancer

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    The emulators work great. It has really helped that the homebrew from the GC is compatable with the Wii so now it is simply a metter of fine tuning.
     
  6. Luriden

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    Why would you use GC compatible emulators though when the Wii emulators work just fine? I've never used any of the GC emulators, but wouldn't the Wii emulators be more convenient since you can save using the SD?
     
  7. Edgedancer

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    I didn't mean that you use gamecube emulators. I was trying to say that because the gamecube and the wii are so similar, it has only taken minor upgrades to get them working better on the wii. Sorry if I confused anyone.