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Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii Hardware' started by phimuajedi69, May 15, 2006.
So we've known about them for a while, but i've been wondering where they stuck them, here is a pic.
Yeah I was wondering the same thing. so the gamecube ports are located on the side of the machine?
they are located on the top of the machine
yeh lol i was gonna say that since it stands up that way...that's wierd...really wierd...OMG! wat if you were playing with the controllers and pulled it back...wouldn't the console tip over...oww...
they'll probably have it so when you tip it over, it will flatten itself out. It's still cool.
top/side, though we haven't seen any pics of it on its side, i think it is supposed to be able to sit either way
I think its like the ps2 and that it can be both ways
yes but wouldn't it look kinda wierd because of the stand that holds the wii vertical?
the stand appears to be removable, then it can sit flat and be rectangular
Yeah, it can sit either way. But I never thought about it neither... the possibility of the machine tipping. I guess a wireless gc controller could come in handy there.
oochh thats gonna leave a mark.
As cool as it looks is anyone really gonna have their console in the vertical orientation? My small entertainment center just doesn't have space for that, mine will be horizontal like my soon to be in a box in the garage playstation 2.
the stand is removable
That is pretty cool they have 4.
I can still keep my gamecube games.
I have wonder I we can be able to play few GCN games online.
do you think you can play US gamecube games on other countries wiis?
I don't see why not. Unless there is like region encoding or somthing.
The thing is if it falls i wont brake (its not a ps1/2/3) nintendos consloes are hard to brake (by accedent) the N64 is damn near indesrucatble (shame about the pads)
Yeah when i got my Nes (second hand from a trash and tresure market)it had sand and water in it but after a clean with a toothbrush and some time over the heater and now it works perfectly, for most games
I agree, it's very hard to render a Nintendo console useless. I have tested each sytem except for GC(only have one of those) and each console is really hard to break. The NES will probably support 175 lbs. on top of it. I know it'll hold me up. I even took an NES apart where it was nothing except the raw components and IT STILL WORKED FINE! I even brought it to a friends house in a Wal-Mart sack. In fact, the ONLY problem I ever had was with the N64 controllers. Speaking of N64, will it be emulated on the Virtual Console, too? Just wasn't sure about it.