Rip them on a Wii and then move the SD card across.The Super Mario Sunshine thread has me nostalgic for the game, and I'm not accustomed to emulation and all this techy stuff. Is the information in the OP still valid and up to date? I'm a bit lost here.. I own lots of GCN games, I want to simply rip them and play them on my Wii U. I don't know what to do lol because what I've tried didn't work.
Since Nintendont can access and use usb devices can you use it to connect to the famous PSO private server site that runs private servers for basically every version of that game and accepts routed / proxied connections from original console hardware?
Are they even around anymore? I know its a grey area service but it was always really really cool
Sure. But I play GC games on the gamepad in bed.This seems to weird to me. You have to a Wii to get the files in order to play the games on the Wii U? But the Wii has native BC. And you'd already have the Wii sitting around....
Cant see other thread but anyone know why my Wii crashes when I try to put Memory Emulation in ON?
I cant save for shit.
Figures, then I bought a real one and it says "this device cant be used"
Such my luck, I cant play gamecube games at all, whats the point if I cant save.
Sure. But I play GC games on the gamepad in bed.
There are easier ways to get the games onto Wii U SD but I prefer the legitimate way.
Of course it saves. I've played through Kururin Squash on Wii U with memory card emulation.
I googled "wii family edition nintendont" and it sounds like you can.I'm not sure if this is the correct thread for this, but I'm guessing it is:
Can I use this to connect the official GC adapter to a blue Wii (I'm not sure on the model number, but it was bundled with Mario and Sonic 2012, is designed to be horizontal, and didn't have the GC ports), and play Wii games that have GameCube controller support, like Brawl and RE4 for example, direct from their discs with it?