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Topic: There actually hasnt been any official word on n64 on wii u yet

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rlopez1996

So maybe when they announce it they will add gamecube with it

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Turnip

I wouldn't get my hopes up if I were you.

Cringing is really fun.

RedYoshi999

There has. The notifications Nintendo sent out to Wii U's regarding the Virtual Console launch stated N64 and GBA titles would be arriving in the future.

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rlopez1996

MarioPartyFan999 wrote:

There has. The notifications Nintendo sent out to Wii U's regarding the Virtual Console launch stated N64 and GBA titles would be arriving in the future.

i didnt get that but well wait and see i know n64 is gonna be on it cause of wii vc but im waiting to see if gc makes it and everyone needs to stop being so negative about nintendo

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[NINTENDO UK] Major Wii U update features new services and fa...

A library of quality classic games from NES and Super Nintendo are scheduled for the Virtual Console service on Wii U, with favourites such as Super Mario World, Excitebike, Mario’s Super Picross, F-Zero, Ice Climber, Donkey Kong Jr. and Punch-Out!! available at launch. Many other gaming classics such as Pac Man, Super Metroid and games from the Mega Man, Street Fighter and Super Mario Bros. series will be available soon, while popular Game Boy Advance and Nintendo 64 games will also be added in the future.

DarkEdi

And when it arrives it will have the same 21 games of the Wii VC. 4 games each year.

Me gusta jugar videojuegos. Soy de México. Sorry my english grammar. I love the Virtual Console, party and fighting games too.

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DudeSean

Problem with gamecube games is that Wii U has no analog triggers, thus making some gamecube games lacking in features such as Luigi's Mansion and Super Mario Sunshine. I'm still not happy that the gamepad / pro controller lack analog triggers...

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rlopez1996

DudeSean wrote:

Problem with gamecube games is that Wii U has no analog triggers, thus making some gamecube games lacking in features such as Luigi's Mansion and Super Mario Sunshine. I'm still not happy that the gamepad / pro controller lack analog triggers...

could just use second joystick

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DarkLloyd

what this analog trigger you speak of? because i know theres no such thing unless your referring to the left and right buttons in other case im confused lol any comparison examples?

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Csaw

DarkLloyd wrote:

what this analog trigger you speak of? because i know theres no such thing unless your referring to the left and right buttons in other case im confused lol any comparison examples?

analog triggers are triggers that are pressure sensitive triggers. Using super Mario sunshine as an example the more u pushed down on the trigger ylthe more water he would shoot or in a racing game the further down u pressed on the button the faster the car would go. The ps3 and 360 have these but the only nintendo system that had this was the gamecube.

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rlopez1996

Csaw wrote:

DarkLloyd wrote:

what this analog trigger you speak of? because i know theres no such thing unless your referring to the left and right buttons in other case im confused lol any comparison examples?

analog triggers are triggers that are pressure sensitive triggers. Using super Mario sunshine as an example the more u pushed down on the trigger ylthe more water he would shoot or in a racing game the further down u pressed on the button the faster the car would go. The ps3 and 360 have these but the only nintendo system that had this was the gamecube.

there is a gc controller adapter

http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00BS520SG

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rlopez1996

But maybe nintendo could release a new controller for gc games

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rlopez1996

They did make a classic controller for wii so maybe retro controller?but we all know nintendo

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DarkLloyd

Jamouse said:

@DarkLloyd The L and R buttons on the GameCube were analog triggers, meaning that they can tell how far down they've been pressed.

While it doesn't sound like much, some games would be virtually unplayable without them lije Super Mario Sunshine where the amount of water that was fired out of FLUDD was determined by how hard you pressed the trigger.

right thanks lol i was thinking of the clickable analog sticks

p.s seems your comment disapeared on here?

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rlopez1996

Hopefully a new controller will be made

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DudeSean

Super Mario Sunshine or Luigi's Mansion wouldn't be unplayable. I don't think the games ever required you to only press the button slightly. It was more of a novelty feature. Like in Metroid Prime, the more you pressed the button the more visible the cursor would be. That would not be necessary at all.

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