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Is Gamecube Softmodding Really That Bad?

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#1 beniceeatrice


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Posted 10 December 2007 - 03:17 AM

i was wondering if Phantasy star online + broadband adapter softmod is really that bad compared to a real modchip like qoob. has anyone actually tried the softmod and is the speed really that slow? thanks

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Posted 14 December 2007 - 08:16 PM

If moded gamecubes were like cars

... A Qoob Pro would be a Ferrari and a Soft mod would be like a go-kart you cobbled together yourself out of scraps of wood and a weed wacker motor that only runs some of the time and can't drive up hills.

Soft mods on the Gamecube aren't worth using AT ALL... it's really nothing more than a proof of concept because you have to jump through 15 minutes worth of hoops just to get a game started, loading times are about 10 times longer and FMV and Audio studder without fail and there is a high probability that games will lock up on you for no reason.

using a modchip to play home brew and backups and the console will work as if it were playing original discs.

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