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As for the rumors of a gamecube emulator for the Wii U, I wouldn't be surprised if it's true. The Wii U has the installed base to support this, the gamecube certainly has enough to go around, and they could also bring in classic games by importing them for the Wii U to enjoy. Of course, the issue remains as to whether or not the gamecube game archive could be usable in conjunction with the Wii U. Since the Wii U only has the capability of opening RAR files, I don't think it can be used to play from the gamecubes original game archive. So perhaps this isn't the case, but it would be interesting to see if it were technically possible. I would assume the Wii U can also read CFG files, so perhaps this is a case of the emulation being able to open both, but I'm not entirely sure.
All-in-all, I think this is a good thing for Nintendo, and I'm glad they went out of their way to support this with the Vita. Hopefully they'll support emulators for the Wii U as well, though I'm not sure why they'd want to do that if they're removing the NES and Game Boy Advance from the Wii U at all.
I am really wondering what will Nintendo do to stop the rampant piracy of its old console classics, especially Super Famicom and Super Nintendo titles. They're practically unplayable via emulation with all the bugs and glitches inherent in almost all emulators, and even a game like Super Mario World for Super Nintendo has a number of known problems. And how about the whole region locking thing? I hate that. All software should be available across all regions, not just the ones the owners want to. It's an issue I'd love to see resolved by companies like Capcom or Nintendo themselves, especially with the rise of cheap and easy piracy.
And it's not just a matter of regions. Even within a region, if I buy an original cartridge copy of Super Mario World for SNES in the US, I can't play it on a Japanese SNES in my room. This becomes a problem when I want to play it on the TV in my room. And I have no problem with that, because I don't want to play the game in my room either, but there's a well-known emulator for SNES that enables me to play original games on the SNES and the original Super Mario World on my US Super Nintendo.
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