Emulation Is there a way to inject .gba roms into .nes, .gen, etc.?

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It may seem useless to inject .gba roms into any other console because people would say that it's useless because emulators exist for both. This is my thought though... If there exists a way to do this it would be possible to make custom Wii Channel WADs to play Gameboy Advance games on. Any information on this would be great. And again, .gba injected into .nes, .smd, .gen, .smc, .x64......
 

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pdcollins said:
It may seem useless to inject .gba roms into any other console because people would say that it's useless because emulators exist for both. This is my thought though... If there exists a way to do this it would be possible to make custom Wii Channel WADs to play Gameboy Advance games on. Any information on this would be great. And again, .gba injected into .nes, .smd, .gen, .smc, .x64......

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gba = 32bits system
snes= 16bits system
nes = 8bit system
So no...

If however once of the systems has a gba emulator then you can emulate the gba in the emulated system.

However the system must be newer then the gba...
 

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DanTheManMS said:
How on Earth would a GBA game run on an NES?


I'm sure a few hours in a Hong Kong market would answer that question
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