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    Super Mario Galaxy on USB Loader?

    I was running it on disc but i think im gonna start to run all from a usb harddrive. Anyone know if the cutscenes still skip in a usb loader? Also what is the best one to use USB Loader GX?

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    they do not. USB Loader GX is the standard. It's all what do you like though. What's the best pizza to eat?

    Also, you should really make one big thread "xCaptainCanadax's big list of short questions". You make about 3 threads a day. It'd condense it down and we could turn it into a FAQ.

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    Believe what you wish but i use the search function a hell of a lot on here. I just ask what i wasnt able to find an exact answer to. Anyways i think im good now lol thanks

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    Oh no worries. There's no way in hell you could search your self to an answer to that question. It's just way to ambiguous.

    Donno if you've played any SSBB. But usb loading will make those fluid as well.

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    Lol...i looked anyways thats not the point. No i havent burned SSBB yet but i think im just gonna do it all with usb loader GX now from what you and others say its more fluent. Does it read the ISO's and full speed? cuz i read the burned dvd's are read at 3x

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    It reads faster than retail discs will. Load times for some games are almost non existant. About as fast as you see 'loading' it disappears.

    Although even in something load heavy like TW10 you're still going to have a few seconds. But you're looking at, roughly and this is just me making up numbers, 1/5th the loading time as you are with a back-up.

    I played some Punch-out for the first time from USB last night. When it released I was still doing disc back-ups. Between each match they could do their little loading animation banter for what seemed like 20 seconds. From USB it's not even 2 seconds long.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ossot View Post
    It reads faster than retail discs will. Load times for some games are almost non existant. About as fast as you see 'loading' it disappears.

    Although even in something load heavy like TW10 you're still going to have a few seconds. But you're looking at, roughly and this is just me making up numbers, 1/5th the loading time as you are with a back-up.

    I played some Punch-out for the first time from USB last night. When it released I was still doing disc back-ups. Between each match they could do their little loading animation banter for what seemed like 20 seconds. From USB it's not even 2 seconds long.
    Oh thanks alot that pretty much seals the deal for me then haha. Yeah i know what you mean with punch out backup loads forever. I would try it out right now but i dont have the SATA HDD usb cables right now have to order them. Guess ill just play back ups until then.

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    I recommend a USB loader that has an "ocarnia" option. So, if you want to cheat, you'll be able to.

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