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Monday, June 16, 2003
Nintendo GameCube games backuped?


The first ISO files of Nintendo GameCube console games have shown up in the “StarCube” game group. Although there are not any complete games available by the group, the ISO files have appeared in private FTP servers.

According to the group, users are not be able to play this game on their GC console, at least for now. …” But we thought software and hardware hackers would be interested in a GC release for various reasons, so here it is. For this first one, we decided to give you a pure disc dump. But on a GC disc, all the space that’s not used is filled with random garbage, which is bad for compression. Any upcoming release from us will have that garbage removed. Coders can have a look at the /maps directory, which contains symbols information, pretty useful for reverse engineering. (Many games have such map files)"..

As you may know, GameCube discs have a size of 8 cm, they are DVD recordable media and can hold more than 1 GB of data.


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