Yabause Wii r2926 beta26
Yabause Wii is the Wii version of Yabause, a Sega Saturn emulator, and is the first for Wii to emulate the complex processes of the Sega Saturn. The Wii port is not released officially. Some unofficial versions have been released. Note that the Wii port is in testable status, and won't be officially supported until a later date. You must not ask the Yabause Team about unofficial versions.
How to set up:
1. Copy the contents in the HBC directory to your SD (includeing SDHC) card or USB storage.
2. Copy game ROMs files (.cue with .bin or .iso) to SSROMS directory.
Optional: If you want, copy the bios file of the Sega Saturn to SSROMS directory as the name "bios.bin" (But, the default setting is "Without bios". So, if you want to use bios, please set the "With bios" in the Settings submenu). The current version of Yabause Wii can execute games without BIOS. Some games need the bios file to run normally.
Morover, you can use the bios utilities (catridge management (remove, copy, etc.), etc.), when you set the "Bios only" in the Settings submenu.
When there are game files in both SD card and USB storage, the game files in SD card are given to priority.
How to use:
1. Load this emulator by a loader such as the homebrew channel.
2. Select the "Load ISO/CUE" menu. The game files in the SSROMS directory are displayed.
3. Select a game. you got to cartridge submenu. Some games need to select the proper cartridge.
4. Select the proper cartridge, you return to the main menu.
5. Select the "Start emulation".
Unofficial r2926 beta26 - Jun. 7, 2012
based on the original yabause r2926
support wiiflow mod plugin; autoloading with arguments
Yabause Wii r2926 beta26
Yabause Wii updated to R10. See first post for more info.
Yabause Wii beta 11 released.
Hi, any info on what the proper cartridge means. Is there a compatibility list somewhere. I've found very little info on the wii version of this emulator.
Yabause Wii updated to beta16.
The Saturn had a big slot in the back where you could plug carts in. There were carts for everything back in the day. That's how we used to play Japanese imports, cheat, save games, and all that. In this case they mean what size RAM cart if required by the game. I don't know if there is a compatibility list yet but seeing as how development is renewed I might show some Sega love and play with the Wii version of Yabuse when I complete my MAME compatibility list.
Originally Posted by apresmode
Thanks Darkcide666. I had a Saturn back in the day (I've still got it boxed up somewhere along with a copy of Guardian Heroes), but I dont think I ever knew about the carts. I may try playing with Yabause again.
Originally Posted by Darkcide666
has anyone been able to get this working on the wii??
Yes sir. I have personally got it working.
ok i have the yabause in my apps and i have the ssroms folder on the root of my sd. i put a bin and cue file in there and when i go to load and play it just sits there on the menu screen.