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Topic: In the wii emulator does the time still run fast?

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Spleetal

Spleetal

1. Posted:

I remember my wii's time always ran faster and would always end up being ahead, I set my wii U time, and it was 7 minutes ahead, I can't remember if it set it wrong, or if its the wii emulator

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SCAR392

SCAR392

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I'm pretty sure Nintendo consoles always jump ahead 2 minutes or so every month. It's not really a big deal changing the time back 2 minutes, but yes, it does still do that.

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SMEXIZELDAMAN

SMEXIZELDAMAN

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Why would they do that?!?!?!

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OptometristLime

OptometristLime

4. Posted:

SMEXIZELDAMAN wrote:

Why would they do that?!?!?!

Why would they not invest time and effort reprogramming a minute non-disruptive aspect of the Wii software?

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theblackdragonAdmin

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5. Posted:

SCAR392 wrote:

I'm pretty sure Nintendo consoles always jump ahead 2 minutes or so every month.

Never had a problem with my DSi using the Mario Clock as an alarm (and I've been using it for years now), but ok.

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DefHalan

DefHalan

6. Posted:

I never had a problem with my Wii clock

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SCAR392

SCAR392

7. Posted:

theblackdragon wrote:

SCAR392 wrote:

I'm pretty sure Nintendo consoles always jump ahead 2 minutes or so every month.

Never had a problem with my DSi using the Mario Clock as an alarm (and I've been using it for years now), but ok.

Well, I know the Wii and Wii U do it. I just checked my 3DS, and it hasn't changed, so it must just be consoles(not handhelds).

EDIT: My GCN did this too. The clock jumps ahead 2 minutes or so every once in a while. No clue why it does that...

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Evermore

Evermore

8. Posted:

And an interesting question for you guys:

If I play Wii on Wii U, what quality of image I will get? Standard 480p or Component? Note, that I am not asking If it will be HD, just Component.

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SCAR392

SCAR392

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Evermore wrote:

And an interesting question for you guys:

If I play Wii on Wii U, what quality of image I will get? Standard 480p or Component? Note, that I am not asking If it will be HD, just Component.

It will be the content being put out and displayed in 1080p. It is a little clearer than what the Wii does in 480p, but not by much. This is how it is in my case at least.

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Evermore

Evermore

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SCAR392 wrote:

Evermore wrote:

And an interesting question for you guys:

If I play Wii on Wii U, what quality of image I will get? Standard 480p or Component? Note, that I am not asking If it will be HD, just Component.

It will be the content being put out and displayed in 1080p. It is a little clearer than what the Wii does in 480p, but not by much. This is how it is in my case at least.

I see. This clearer screen might be what they call as "480i". Very good indeed. You know, I bought a Wii U and never played the Wii games, just Brawl. I will finally see, for the very first time, Twilight Princess on my Wii U. If, of course, my console does not brick during the firmware update.

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