Nintendo Gamecube Iso's

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Dec 14, 2006

Nintendo Gamecube Iso's by Gifted1 at 8:57 PM (1,135 Views / 0 Likes) 9 replies

  1. Gifted1
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    Member Gifted1 GBAtemp Fan

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    I've seen people on other boards request the Gamecube Iso's but from my understanding, you cant do anything with them. You cant burn them to disc and play on your Gamecube and I dont believe you can play them on your computer. So what do people do with them?
     
  2. Scorpei

    Member Scorpei GBAtemp Maniac

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    You believe wrong [​IMG]. For one there is "Dolphin" one of the most well known gamecube emu's.
     
  3. legendofphil

    Member legendofphil Phil no Densetsu

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    You can stream them to your cube using PSO and a BBA.
    You can burn them to standard DVDs (8cm and 12cm) and play them using either an action replay+SD card adaptor or a modchip.
     
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    Oh wow, I didn;t know that. Thanks for that info. Time to do some research on this stuff. lol [​IMG]
     
  5. cenotaph

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    You burn 'em onto DVDs and play them in modified GCs.

    Edit: okay, so, that was a bit uncalled for. Nevermind what I originally posted.
     
  6. adgloride

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    You can use a mod chip or max drive pro to play GC backups.
     
  7. mr_blonde_88

    Member mr_blonde_88 Torture You? That's A Good Idea. I Like That

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    is there a website like GBATemp with release lists of GC games and info on different ways to play GC Isos

    and is there one thats as pretty as GBATemp, cus i hate these sites which are ugly and hard to find info on
     
  8. imgod22222

    Member imgod22222 GBAtemp's Original No-faced Member

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    dunno, but i would like to know if GC ISOs are as wide-spread as DS ROMs. DS roms are easy to find, but i want to know if its worth hunting them down.
     
  9. Harsky

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    I don't think there IS an official numbering for GC ISOs. I bet it's all down to whetever an individual can bother to upload the ISO from their own collection as opposed to a scene release (okay, there are scene releases but I once uploaded a Japanese version of Donkey Konga since no-where had it).
     
  10. DjoeN

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    GC:

    1. 1st Generation P(hantasy) S(tar) O(nline) (later versions don't work) + B(road)B(and) A(daptor) + PC
    2. Gecko SD adapter or Homemade SD Memorycard + AR and a homebrew app (GCOS)
    3. Viper or Viper Xtreme (modchip)
    4. Qoob SX or Qoob Pro (modchip)
    5. Duo Q (modchip)
    6. Xeno GC (modchip)
    7. Ninja Mod (modchip)

    These are all solutions to play Homebrew (Ahum!)
    And ofcourse you need a Gamecube to [​IMG]

    Go figure for the rest, Google is your best friend [​IMG]
     

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