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The Wii console is backward compatible with all official Nintendo GameCube software, as well as Nintendo GameCube Memory Cards and controllers. Compatibility with software is achieved with the slot-loading drive's ability to accept Nintendo GameCube Game Discs. The console supports progressive-scan output in 480p-enabled Nintendo GameCube titles. The Wii is also compatible with the GameCube Action Replay, which will work with GameCube games. Peripherals can be connected via a set of four GameCube controller ports and two Memory Card slots concealed by flip-open panels. A GameCube controller is required to play GameCube titles, as neither the Wii Remote nor the Classic Controller functions in this capacity. A Nintendo GameCube Memory Card is also necessary to save, as the Wii internal flash memory will not save GameCube games.
Backward compatibility is limited in some areas. Online and LAN-enabled features for Nintendo GameCube titles are unavailable on the Wii, as the console lacks serial ports for the Broadband Adapter and Modem Adapter. The Wii uses a proprietary port for video output and is therefore incompatible with Nintendo GameCube composite video, S-Video, and component video cables. The console also lacks Game Boy Player support.