Wii Sports Resort NTSC (NTSC TV) Black and White!

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  1. KungPaoKitties
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    Hey everyone!

    I have a NTSC version of Wii Sports Resort and every time I launch it through NeoGamma R6 it's always black and white.

    I have an NTSC TV and an NTSC Wii.

    I'm able to play the Japanese version just fine though.
     
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    Member zektor GBAtemp Maniac

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    Are you SURE it is the NTSC version? Sounds like you got a PAL dump.
     
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    Well I'm pretty sure. I downloaded off tehPARADOX a while ago. If I do have a PAL dump though how I would get it to work?

    EDIT:

    I've been doing some research on it and it appears as if I have the PAL version of the game. I am using composite cables and from what I understand with composite cables it is normally black and white and if you force it to NTSC it gives you a green screen (and it does with me). With component cables apparently it works fine. So does this mean that if I download true NTSC version it will work just fine with composite cables?
     
  4. Alvinn

    Newcomer Alvinn Newbie

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    k i jus wanna say im in the exact same position as u cept i havent tried jap version and dont have or know where to get component cables
     
  5. delt31

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    did this problem every get fixed? I am in the same exact position.
     
  6. pepxl

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    just get an NTSC coppy as the one's your using are probably friid to NTSC(video still PAL)
     

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