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    Default Dolphin Wii Emulator.

    So. I know most of you heard of it so I am not going to go into what the program is.
    But is there a way to put game update on the emulator so you can play games online? Like black ops.

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    No there isn't. All it does is emulate GameCube gcm (basically a GameCube ISO), a WAD, and Wii ISO file.

    This is from what I know as I use the emulator, but I'm sure it's not possible, due to the update being a pay and play file that's saved to your wii save memory.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slink View Post
    No there isn't. All it does is emulate GameCube gcm (basically a GameCube ISO), a WAD, and Wii ISO file.

    This is from what I know as I use the emulator, but I'm sure it's not possible, due to the update being a pay and play file that's saved to your wii save memory.
    Hm. That is what I was thinking. But you can extract game and title updates.

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    To my knowledge (from standard homebrew tools I know), no. But it's definitely possible. Save managers and extractors won't work, as it doesn't read as a save file (I looked and tried, and it didn't work).

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    You can play against others who have the emulator using netplay. but thats bout it

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    Quote Originally Posted by tony View Post
    You can play against others who have the emulator using netplay. but thats bout it
    Yeah, the new netplay in the latest build is good, but I liked the old SVN builds, as it supported Kaillera (netplay, with multiple servers) as well.

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