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    gc remakes for the wii?

    I was thinking this the other day, I know the wii is going to be backwards compatible, but does anyone else think they will remake some gc games (maybe even n64) for the wii, not just for better graphics, but also some past games might be able to use the wiimote very effectively.

    I know this is highly unlikely, but I just didn't know what other ppl thought.

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    I think they will look a bit good, but either... I dont think nintendo is going to put graphics better...

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