NTSC Games on Pal Wii

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Nov 5, 2008

NTSC Games on Pal Wii by peteli at 12:02 AM (2,236 Views / 0 Likes) 4 replies

  1. peteli
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    Newcomer peteli Advanced Member

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    Hello everyone =p

    I have a PAL chipped Wii (DC2Key), and I want to know something about playing NTSC-U games.

    My question is, there's any way of playing these games that doesn't work with region free on my Wii? I know about playing with GeckOS, but this for me is a pain in the ass, because my TV is NTSC, so i have a transcoder to have my Wii with color, and when I load the game with GeckOS its becomes black-white (if I put to force Pal50-60, the game just don't run.)

    So, any possibility?

    Thanks people
     
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    Newcomer peteli Advanced Member

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    sorry, but up :/
     
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    Banned djdynamite123 Master Of Hardcore!

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    hmm, why don't you have a pal/ntsc tv?
    TRY your scart lead into a different INPUT! your t.v. may support pal on scart 1 or 2,

    Mine supports NTSC on scart AV2 so i never ever have to FORCE anything, (if i used pal only scart 1, only some ntsc games work when forcing pal 50, if you just ran it would go black & white, and sometimes like sim city creator ntsc, if i tried on scart 1, then it would go GREEN screen, some go blank screen, and cannot be played, so their is a few that cant be FORCED...

    I DIDNT REALISE MY SCART 2 WAS NTSC Compatible, so i was over the MOON lol, GeckOS is F-ing Mint!
    Love playing NTSC games on my modded wii, like ww2 aces, mint lol [​IMG]
     
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    If you have an open slot for it, try Component cables. They'll add some color.
     
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    Doubt it...
     

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