However, the game's menus and gameplay is entirely in English, so that particular disk must be programmed to recognize what language machine you are playing on. I insert the Freeloader, it then asks for the game, I put the game in, and it works perfectly. I contacted customer service and Datel kindly sent over two new Freeloader discs, as well as two Action Replays to try. Well, there are a couple of catches, but they're only minor. S If You here about the games not working on 60khz Tvs dont worry that is only for eropean users, P. Launch and play imported GameCube games from any region - no need to modify your console - keeps your warranty intact.
I assume the hardware has no regional differences. This disc allows the user to play foreign GameCube games, but there have been some issues reported with different signals and the games simply not working on a foreign system, even with use of the Wii Freeloader. Using FreeLoader you can easily play U. I'm curious which region you're from? Here's the pretty comprehensive selection of Nintendo Gamecube Hardware that I have for sale. It's definitely the way to go. I like to import games as some are only aviable somewhere else than in the pal region or too expencive in it. First of all my gamecube works perfectly.
Both games are japanese game and will not work on my sons gamecube. It looks like an ordinary GameCube disc but once you stick it in your machine you'll instantly be able to play any game from any country in the world. The moment they are approved we approve submissions twice a day. Support Emuparadise: Sponsor Message: Share with your Friends:. However, as long as you keep an eye on Datel's Web site you can find out about new versions of the disc to make sure you're as up-to-date as possible.
She finds this one very effective and simple to use and it saved her lots of money having to rebuy games that she already had! One of the first programs I bought soon after I got my GameCube was Freeloader. I've never had to use Freeloader, but then again I'm from North America Canada and I've never imported games. Games you may like: Nominate for Retro Game of the Day: If you'd like to nominate Freeloader Version 1. Swap with imported game 5. . It looks like an ordinary GameCube disc but once you stick it in your machine you'll instantly be able to play any game from any country in the world.
And of course, we have a pretty respectable selection of as well. We advise keeping a separate card especially for use with Japanese games only. Although all current games work with the disc there's the possibility that future ones won't. I personally haven't run into any major problems with my original GameCube, but others have and shortly after the system's launch Nintendo even provided repairs for free. A point knocked off for the fickle nature of the product and the rather tight disc hub that I worry may eventually damage the disc this happened to my first GameCube Freeloader, though that was around 15 years ago, give or take. It also shows it when you load up the software on your gamecube, I believe.
I don't know what Nintendo's reasoning for doing that is. So here is what I did. For games, check out the section - all boxed and in excellent condition, for consoles, check out the section - both boxed and unboxed machines for sale! Booting is easy, provided it works. Nintendo and Wii are registered trademarks of Nintendo of America. There's always been a grey-importing scene that allowed hardcore enthusiasts to get hold of games from any other region. It shows what version of Freeloader that you have printed in small white letters on the inner plastic rim on the bottom of the disc.
With so many good value gaming products available today, it is wise to have a manufacturer you can consider reliable. Angry that some games don't get released here at all? Not listed in the manual, so not sure what it's supposed to mean. That may not matter so long as your game works. Sounds too good to be true? I am pretty sure that you can mail it in to the manufacturer to get the upgraded version for free. This site is not affiliated with or endorsed by Nintendo. FreeLoader Disk for the allows you to play imported games on your GameCube.
But I never had that trouble. I can confirm that the Freeloader function of the Action replay that claims to be working on Wii can load the GameBoy Player Startup disk. All I can tell you is to call Nintendo and tell them what you want to buy and go from there. It is advised to keep a separate card especially for use with Japanese games only. FreeLoader is also included as part of Action Replay for GameCube Though when playing a Japanese game the memory card will be re-formatted to Japanese settings, overwriting any existing or European settings and any game saves stored on the card. Using FreeLoader you can now, for example, easily play U. Platinum difference These are the same two pictures as at the top of the page.
But the Action Replay's Freeloader does it quite well No. Since I've always been partial to importing games from other regions, I've always modified my consoles in order to bypass the region lock. But I can't confirm this. The game will run regardless of region, I haven't experienced a single problem to date. Get FreeLoader and embrace the world of international gaming. Any of you use Freeloader? Nintendo characters are copyrighted by Nintendo. I can confirm that the Freeloader function of the Action replay that claims to be working on Wii can load the GameBoy Player Startup disk.