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Nintendo gaming. Today, tomorrow, and into the future.

Super Smash Bros. Melee played online!

This is one of the coolest hacks I have seen online in a while. Psychoticworm and a few other gamers on the IGN forums have found a way to play Super Smash Bros. Melee (Really, any GCN game with multiplayer) with another player over the internet. A bunch of computer "know how" and the rare GCN Broadband Adaptor are needed to pull off the trick. Check out the link below if you want to get detailed instructions on how to set this up yourself.


More online game videos can be found here.

Note: While this hack seems fairly simple, BDC is in no way responsible if you mess up your GCN or games during this process. In reality, all that would happen is maybe lost game saves. But, we're still not responsible for that.

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10:01 AM

alot of work...but it could be very legit

i like what i see. and for those who didn't follow the whole logic behind it, basically you're tricking the gamecube into thinking that its controller ports are on another gamecube. it appears like it will work, but i have a feeling that it will be much easier to do on a Wii where the network adapter will be built in    

10:47 AM

Wow, that was pretty cool, but it seems like too much work for me to try.    

11:17 AM

That's Freaking Awesome! Regardless if the game lags to hell! It's still amazing that they were able to make SSBM Online playable!    

11:58 AM

Nice! I skimmed the instructions and it seems easy enough. The hardest part will be gettting an ethernet adapter for your GCN.    

3:16 PM

I've known about this for some time, but I didn't want to purchase a broadband adapter and the PSOs. I was just telling spasmodia about this last night.. which is a weird coincidence.    

4:35 PM

that is very cool! i wish i could do that    

6:24 PM

I read about the instructionc on Gamefaqs last night. The TC said it was a joke topic. I dunno if its true or not, that guy could have used a LAN connector. If one of you guys successfully do this, tell me and Ill actually be interested in buying these connectors.    

9:34 AM

Apparently you do something called "tunneling." I think by hooking your gamecube up to the internet (with the broadband adapter) you can trick the gamecube into thinking it's a LAN game, but you're actually playing online.    

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