GameCube NTSC and 2 games per disc

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  1. Livin in a box
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    Question 1:

    I've got Super Mario Sunshine NTSC. I've got a PAL system with WiiKey on 1.9s. I've never used a Cinfig disc on it, so i'm taking it that Region Free is turned off.
    What do I need to do to run it on my system? I was told that I needed to use GCOS, but I don't want to waste my precious discs on things that I don't need to do.

    Question 2:

    I heard somewhere on this forum that there was a way of putting 2 GC games on one disc. How would I go about doing that?
     
  2. kedest

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    GCOS is the solution to both your questions. It can take care of the regionfree stuff, and it's also a launcher menu for multi-game discs.
    Download MultiGame ISO Creator v3.2.4F+
    That's the application that can create your multi-iso
    On a normal single layer DVD, you can put 3 Gamecube games. Even more if you shrink them, but not all games like being shrunk
     
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  4. Livin in a box
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    How exactly is it used? Do you use it on the Homebrew Channel...or, what? I'm confused.
     
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    it's gamecube mode, so it has nothing to do with homebrew channel
    on your pc you use the application mentioned above to create a multi-game iso. You burn this to a dvd.
    then when you boot it, you wii will recognize it as a gamecube disc. when you load it, you'll see a menu which lets you choose the game you want to play
     
  6. Livin in a box
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    Where can I download it? Is there a specific PAL version or will it run on any region Wii?
     
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    you can download it here:
    http://drop.io/wiihomebrew
    just make sure you select the correct region in the application, that's all
     
  8. Livin in a box
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    What's the vga file thing?
     
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    That's a Gameboy (Color) and Advance Emulator for the homebrew channel
     
  10. Livin in a box
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    Oh, I don't want that. I've just got the thing, so I guess i'm all sorted. I want Luigi's Mansion and Super Mario Sunshine...and maybe more, but I don't know what.
     
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    I just burn one gamecube game to one disk. I don't like to get myself confused with this stuff.
     
  12. Livin in a box
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    If I can get more than one on a disc, then I will. It's not that hard anyway. The PC application is really easy to use. Luigi's Mansion and Super Mario Sunshine and (hopefully) F-Zero GX on one disc.

    EDIT:

    I have a PAL TV, but will playing NTSC games on my Wii make he game play in black and white? I know the TV that I have has an option to display the picture in PAL, NTSC 4,(something) and NTSC 3,(something). I really hope it doesn't...Super Mario Sunshine needs colour, god damn it!