1. ComeTurismO

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    I'm new to the Wii universe of hacking and homebrew, I hacked mine a year back, and that Wii is a new model, RVL-101 thingy, that has no GameCube compatibility. I have so much GC .ISOS and really want to emulate the games. Any way?
    Apologizes for noobyness.
     
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  2. LWares87

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    you'll need DIOS MIOS (Lite).
     
  3. Disorarara

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    You could use DIOS MIOS, but it's useless unless you can find a way to solder on Gamecube controller ports. Use Devolution if you have Gamecube discs lying around or wait for crediar's new project.
     
  4. ComeTurismO

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    But is there Wiimote support for Devolution?
     
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  5. ComeTurismO

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    EDIT: SORRY, DOUBLE POST MISTAKE
     
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    Youre screwed mate ive got the same kind of wii and tried everything to no avail sorry for the bad news :(
     
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    Yes, you can use the Wii Remote+Classic Controller, a PS3 controller, or even a Wii U Pro Controller with Devolution on the Wii. However, you do need the actual GameCube discs (for verification purposes), and some way of verifying those games. I don't know if your model Wii can verify GameCube games or not, but I think I remember hearing that some newer Wii consoles can at least read GameCube discs. If it can read them, then you can probably verify them on there. If not, you will need to find a Wii that can verify them.
     
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