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gamecube streaming?

Discussion in 'Nintendo Gamecube - General discussion' started by Spilo, Mar 26, 2005.

  1. Spilo

    Spilo Guest

    I understand that PSO can be used to stream games from the Gamecube to PC. But I can only find two versions on Phantasy Star Online. There is: Phantasy Star Online 1 and 2, and Phantasy Star Online 1 and 2 plus. Which one will work for streaming games?

    Does it say on the box if it is Plus or not? I don't want to buy the wrong one.
     
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    I'm 100% sure that PSO1&2 work. I'm not sure about Plus...
     
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    Nope Plus does not work. I learned that first hand.
    Just regular episode 1&2.
     
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    Ok so I am assuming if you are asking about PSO you have a BBA.
    With all the new cool things that have happened since the start of this year in th GC scene, why are you using PSO?
    I have never used it and can stream, rip, run dols, run GCoS on my cube with NO mod chip. I started with SDload and here recently have set up a couple of my mem cards with Samson's ARloader - one direct boots into GCoS swap disc and the other has a few handy dols on it, GCoS, ctr-gcs, and s3-gcsim.

    All with NO PSO!
     
  5. Spilo

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    tempest9, can you play back-ups directly on the GC? with or without swapping?
     
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    Backups burned on mini and reg DVDs, with swapping via GCoS...
     

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