list of dvd 9 games for wii?

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Oct 15, 2012

list of dvd 9 games for wii? by DJPlace at 4:19 PM (1,956 Views / 0 Likes) 14 replies

  1. DJPlace
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    hey guys i got into the dark side (and what i mean dark side is usb loading..) and i looked on google for a list of dual layer games but sadly they did not give me any so i'm wondering if anyone knows some on the top of there heads. let me know.
     
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    SSMB, Xenoblade Chronicles, The Last Story at least
     
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    And Metroid Prime: Trilogy. I believe that's all.
     
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    SSMB = Super Smash Mros Brawl :D
     
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    thanks everyone. i thought there was more but i guess not.
     
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    Metroid: Other M as well I believe.
     
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    And do not forget Rayman Raving Rabbids Party Collection!
     
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    miburi & teburi is the last one
     
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    My God, thanks for reminding me about this game, it was just... awful... :lol:
     
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    tryed samurai warriors three times over the years, never any joy :(
     
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    I wonder what the issue is. I can get the game to load to the "data screen" a but as soon as it tries to create a save file the damn thing freezes :(
     
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    I hope you didn't listen to some morons babling about DL games not working on FAT32.
    Because for USB loading SL or DL is totally irelevant.
     
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    I believe the conduit was also a DVD9 game but when shrunk down to wbfs it was only like 2.5GB.
     
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    We should take a moment to mourn over WBFS, a system which used to be quite handy... until a better solution surfaced.
    We should also mourn over NTFS - admittedly a system better than WBFS, but still, one we're unable to boot homebrew or GC backups.

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    Good. Now let's all switch to FAT32 already. Let the dinosaurFS and overly-large lib-wiseFS die in peace.
     

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