Share Your NTSC USB Loader Game Channels HERE!

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by IlluminiX, Apr 5, 2009.

Apr 5, 2009
  1. IlluminiX
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    Ok so there are a lot of these threads being opened, but I thought I would start one which encourages everyone to put their NTSC Channel packs in a single spot. Hopefully it works!

    When I tried using others' already-made NTSC channels - there were a lot of conflicts with the IDs so the games didn't work. Also I wanted the loading to look nice and neat and was seeing some channels with a full solid green screen before the game starts, but many had a partial green rectangle that just looked odd. So I decided to make my own channels using the great tools that many people have provided like WADEdit, Nixx's WBFS GUI, WiiSCrubber, VC, and the various guides out there. I have tested all of the following channels and they all share the same properties: full green screen before load (seems like you have to have something like that - and it's better IMHO to have it be full-screen), No-loading text, USB Loader instead of YAL, etc.

    My Somewhat Unique NTSC List:

    Active Life Outdoor Challenge RFAEAF
    Big Brain Academy RYWE01
    Carnival Games RCGE54
    DDR Hottest Party RDDEA4
    de Blob R6BE78
    Donkey Kong Barrel Blast RDKE01
    EA Playground RPXE69
    Elebits RELEA4
    Excite Truck REXE01
    Guitar Hero 3 RGHE52
    Guitar Hero World Tour SXAE52
    MadWorld RZZE8P
    Mario Kart Wii RMCE01
    Rayman Raving Rabbids 2 RY2E41
    Rock Band 2 SZAE69
    Shaun White Snowboarding RDFE41
    Smarty Pants RP2E69
    Super Monkey Ball RSME8P
    Tiger Woods 09 R9TE69
    Warioware Smooth Moves RODE01
    Wii Fit RFNE01
    Wii Play RHAE01
    Wii Sports RSPE01

    I probably won't be taking requests since that is all the games I have on my hard drive and each takes so long, but I encourage everyone to share what they've done here - either manually or with HowardC's new program.

    IlluminiX
     

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