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Any way to connect a GC controller to the PC?
Yeah they have adapters for almost any controller. I had been looking at one for the n64 controller but didn't buy it. I've never personally used one of these so YMMV.

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Perfect! I really wanna play through WW again but the controller cord is so short its a pain playing on my 60" TV with the GC/Wii. What's the best GC emulator for PC? Sorry, I know I could search but I figured it would be quicker and more reliable to get info here from the experts! biggrin.gif
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Any way to connect a GC controller to the PC?

you can connect the gamecube controller to PC via mayflash adapter, or even the official nintendo adapter(special driver required, theres a guide). For emulators, for Wii/Gamecube, Dolphin is pretty much the best emulator (arguably in existence), simple UI, customizable and a graphics area that isn't to overly complicated requiring a bunch of plugins like other emulators do.
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you can connect the gamecube controller to PC via mayflash adapter, or even the official nintendo adapter(special driver required, theres a guide). For emulators, for Wii/Gamecube, Dolphin is pretty much the best emulator (arguably in existence), simple UI, customizable and a graphics area that isn't to overly complicated requiring a bunch of plugins like other emulators do.
Do you know of any SNES emulators that have an actual working online play feature? I've gone through all the most common ones and can not for the life of me get online play to work. Mainly trying to get Mario All Stars working.
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Do you know of any SNES emulators that have an actual working online play feature? I've gone through all the most common ones and can not for the life of me get online play to work. Mainly trying to get Mario All Stars working.

no idea, I haven't dabbled in SNES emulation in like forever. I had my personal SNES longer than I had last used a SNES emulator.
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no idea, I haven't dabbled in SNES emulation in like forever. I had my personal SNES longer than I had last used a SNES emulator.
Well fish. I've got a Supaboy lying around but the cable to connect it to a TV doesn't work right anymore. Thanks.
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Ya well, at least Nintendo has the rumble pack...
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Ya well, at least Nintendo has the rumble pack...
I played the crap out of that game. Instead of school clothes I convinced mom to buy me SF64. biggrin.gif
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Ya well, at least Nintendo has the rumble pack...

Damn I wish I was a young teen in the 90s video game market again, nothing like it.

The biggest thing now are $30 texture packs.
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Damn I wish I was a young teen in the 90s video game market again, nothing like it.

The biggest thing now are $30 texture packs.
Don't forget about "gangsta rap" lol.
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