Gamecube Games

Discussion in 'Wii - Emulation and Homebrew' started by TudorBlue, Apr 26, 2011.

  1. TudorBlue
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    Im on a softmodded wii ann Im looking to try other stuff on my console. Is it possible to play GC game backups through an external hdd as I can wii games through usbloader GX? Thanks in advance guys
     
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    Only with WODE
     
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    Thats me screwed then [​IMG]
     
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    depends how old / new your wii is, and what drive it has fitted.
    If its an older type, you can play GC backups with Neogamma
    If its a newer one, you could always use SDboot / swiss
     
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    Or Wiikey Fusion (Cheaper)
     
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    There are a lot of options now.

    WODE seems to be the most popular, but it's also expensive, about $70-80 USD. It emulates the dvd drive so you connect your HD to the docking station and the wii reads it just as if it was a disc. It also has Wifi streaming, but it's still in beta and you need to buy a special dongle for another $25.

    FlatMii lets you to load games from your PC. You install the chip, then connect it directly to a usb port on your computer, and play it from there. You need to have a PC close to your wii, but it's under $40.

    D2SUN has a bunch of interesting chips you might want to check out too.

    WiiKey Fusion is the cheapest one I can find, but it only allows loading from an sd card, not a HDD.

    You can also use swiss
    all you need is a sd gecko, or an IDE-EXI adapter. The IDE-EXI adapter doesn't seem to be in stock anywhere, but you can make one your self. The you can get an unofficial sd gecko for only $3.70 on dealextreme, the reviews say it works fine, and it supports SDHC