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    Quote Originally Posted by Haz
    Just to clarify before people start (and I reckon some will) moaning, the reason why your Wii remote will never work with Cube games is down to control mapping. As someone stated above, there are not the same buttons on a Wii remote as there are on a Cube control - therefore the in game control setup of a Cube game played on a Wii will not be able to take into account the buttons on a Wii remote.
    Offhand, which buttons does the GC controller have that the Classic controller not have? It can't be more than one. And why can't the buttons be remapped? NES games downloaded work on the classic controller, so why not something similar, to be redirected to the Classic controller?

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    Quote Originally Posted by White Knight
    Offhand, which buttons does the GC controller have that the Classic controller not have? It can't be more than one. And why can't the buttons be remapped? NES games downloaded work on the classic controller, so why not something similar, to be redirected to the Classic controller?
    Because you can't download GameCube games through the virtual console. Games available through the virtual console have been remapped by nintendo prior to being re-released on the virtual console.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Haz
    Because you can't download GameCube games through the virtual console. Games available through the virtual console have been remapped by nintendo prior to being re-released on the virtual console.
    The games themselves (roms) aren't remapped though. For example, if you dump a rom from the game Altered Beast, that rom does not change whether it's played on a pc, mac, etc. It's just that the emulator does the remapping of the buttons. Why can't the buttons be remapped though some sort of software?

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