Do UK Nintendo GameCube game play on the Nintendo wii in Australia?
Yes if your wii is also from the UK, but if not: Gamecube games are region locked, but with freeloaders or homebrew you can play gamecube games from any country There was a easy way around: put a gamecube game that was from the same country as your wii, then when you press 'start' eject your disc and put the gamecube game you want to play in (you need to do it quick)
Playing Game Boy Advance games on the Nintendo GameCube requires the use of the Nintendo Game Boy Player, a separate hardware accessory that attaches to the bottom of the GameCube. Use of the Nintendo Game Boy Player allows Game Boy, Game Boy Color, and Game Boy Advance games to be played on the television or other display to which the GameCube is connected. Also, handheld systems that play Game Boy Advance games can be connected…
Yes, it is possible to play Game Boy Advance games on your Nintendo Gamecube. You will need to attach a device at the bottom called a "Game Boy Player". A Game Boy Player supports games from these consoles. * Original Game Boy * Game Boy Color * Game Boy Advance Yes this is true you also need the gameboy player gamecube disc ( should come with it) ^_^ ----
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Fire Emblem is a game that is licensed by Nintendo, and Nintendo only. Therefore, all you need is a Nintendo console in order to play a Fire Emblem game. GameBoy Advanced [Blazing Sword, Sacred Stones] Nintendo Gamecube [Path of Radiance] Nintendo DS [Shadow Dragon] Nintendo Wii [Radiant Dawn] Nintendo 3DS [Awakening] These consoles exclude Japan released only Fire Emblem games
Only certain games allow the use of a Nintendo Gamecube controller to play it. To make sure that a game is compatible, please check the game's packaging or the game's manual, and read the section on "Supported Controllers". You may also see an icon representing a Gamecube controller. This is a sign that the game may be compatible with it. Instructions on which Gamecube button does what action in the game, should be explained inside…