I had assumed that if one did not want to force specific a video mode to games, WiiFlow's settings of video mode set to "system" would do just that, as in "let the game read the Wii system settings as any game on a non-hacked Wii would do". Yet, on my PAL Wii, connected to the TV with a component cable, and set to 480p resolution, 4 out of the ~80 games I have as .wbfs on a FAT32 external drive will boot to a black screen and stay there forever with that setting. If I change it to "game" instead of "system", they run. But what does "game" there mean, considering that most games can run and do run at the video mode the Wii settings are set to (i.e. most can natively run at different resolutions)? Those games are: Fatal Frame 4 (patched with translation) [JA] Hajimete no Wii [JA] Shape Boxing [JA] (will not run with either "system" nor "game") Shape Boxing 2 [JA] Wii Fit Plus [JA] The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess [US] I have some other US and JA games, and they do not present these problems. So what do "system" and "game" do, respectively?