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Guide to Ripping Sega CD Games and Playing them on the Wii

by timewarpgamer Thu Jan 31, 2013 9:54 pm

I recently put together a guide on ripping Sega CD games and emulating them on Wii with Genesis Plus GX--a pretty damn good emulator so far in my testing. Anyway, I think it's something y'all would probably find helpful, so here's the link.

http://timewarpgamer.com/features/emula ... n_wii.html

Enjoy!
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Re: Guide to Ripping Sega CD Games and Playing them on the W

by floattube Sat Feb 09, 2013 5:12 pm

What do you do if the copy of the game you have is an ISO and a bunch of mp3 files?
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Re: Guide to Ripping Sega CD Games and Playing them on the W

by ninjainspandex Sat Feb 09, 2013 5:18 pm

When i try to play sega cd games it says file too large...
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Re: Guide to Ripping Sega CD Games and Playing them on the W

by timewarpgamer Sun Feb 10, 2013 10:31 am

floattube wrote:What do you do if the copy of the game you have is an ISO and a bunch of mp3 files?


Just use ImgBurn with your Sega CD game and you'll get the necessary .bin/.cue files.
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Re: Guide to Ripping Sega CD Games and Playing them on the W

by timewarpgamer Sun Feb 10, 2013 10:33 am

ninjainspandex wrote:When i try to play sega cd games it says file too large...


Are you using .bin/.cue format and are you opening the .cue?
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Re: Guide to Ripping Sega CD Games and Playing them on the W

by driph Sun Feb 10, 2013 11:44 pm

Nice guide! Btw, do you have an rss feed for your articles?
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Re: Guide to Ripping Sega CD Games and Playing them on the W

by timewarpgamer Mon Feb 11, 2013 9:16 pm

driph wrote:Nice guide! Btw, do you have an rss feed for your articles?


Thanks. At the moment, I don't have an rss feed. It's one of those things I keep meaning to set up, but I never seem to get around to it.
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Re: Guide to Ripping Sega CD Games and Playing them on the W

by ninjainspandex Sat Feb 16, 2013 4:25 pm

timewarpgamer wrote:
ninjainspandex wrote:When i try to play sega cd games it says file too large...


Are you using .bin/.cue format and are you opening the .cue?

Sorry for the late reply but yes im using .Bin .cue formats, when i try loading the cue it says unsupported format.
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Re: Guide to Ripping Sega CD Games and Playing them on the W

by ninjainspandex Wed Feb 20, 2013 2:37 am

DERP i forgot to delete the old version of Gens plus gx, but now i have everything running perfectly and just recently got a 32 gig SD card so i have just about every game ever made on it now and tons of room for sega cd games. Playing Snatcher with the wiimote as a justifier just kicks so much ass! thanks!

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