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Banjo Tooie Ntsc Wad


Banjo Tooie Ntsc Wad - How to Play Banjo-Tooie on Wii




Banjo-Tooie is a classic platformer game developed by Rare and released for the Nintendo 64 in 2000. It is the sequel to Banjo-Kazooie and features the same duo of a bear and a bird as they explore various worlds and collect Jiggies, musical notes, and other items. Banjo-Tooie is widely regarded as one of the best games on the N64, with its expansive levels, humorous characters, and challenging puzzles.


However, if you want to play Banjo-Tooie on your Wii, you might encounter some difficulties. Unlike some other N64 games, Banjo-Tooie was never officially released as a Virtual Console title on the Wii Shop Channel. This means that you cannot buy and download the game legally from Nintendo. Moreover, even if you try to use a WAD file (a file that contains a Wii Channel or a Virtual Console game) to install Banjo-Tooie on your Wii, you will likely face some issues. This is because Banjo-Tooie (and other Rare games) are notorious for being hard to emulate due to Rare's "special tricks" and modified SDKs. Some WAD files for Banjo-Tooie might not work at all, or might freeze or glitch during gameplay.


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So, how can you play Banjo-Tooie on your Wii without any problems? The answer is to use a homebrew application called Not64. Not64 is an improved version of Wii64, which is a port of the Mupen64 emulator for the Wii. Not64 can run most N64 games with better compatibility and performance than Wii64. Not64 also has some features that make it easier to play Banjo-Tooie on your Wii, such as:



  • Support for PAL and NTSC versions of Banjo-Tooie



  • Ability to save and load states



  • Option to adjust the video output to match your TV (480i, 480p, 240p)



  • Option to enable or disable cheats



  • Option to use different controllers (Wii Remote, Classic Controller, GameCube Controller)




To use Not64, you will need to have a softmodded Wii with the Homebrew Channel installed. You will also need a copy of the Banjo-Tooie ROM file (either PAL or NTSC) and an SD card or a USB drive to store it. Here are the steps to play Banjo-Tooie on your Wii using Not64:



  • Download the latest version of Not64 from [here] and extract the ZIP file.



  • Copy the Not64 folder to the apps folder on your SD card or USB drive.



  • Copy the Banjo-Tooie ROM file to any folder on your SD card or USB drive.



  • Insert your SD card or USB drive into your Wii and launch the Homebrew Channel.



  • Select Not64 from the list of applications and press A to start it.



  • On the main menu of Not64, select Load ROM and browse to the folder where you stored the Banjo-Tooie ROM file. Press A to load it.



  • On the game settings menu, you can adjust some options according to your preference. For example, you can change the video mode, enable cheats, or select a controller. Press A to start the game.



  • Enjoy playing Banjo-Tooie on your Wii!




Note that some minor glitches might still occur when playing Banjo-Tooie on Not64, such as occasional screen flashes or sound issues. However, these are not very noticeable and do not affect the gameplay significantly. You can also try different settings or versions of Not64 to see if they improve the emulation quality.


Banjo-Tooie is a great game that deserves to be played by more people. Thanks to Not64, you can play it on your Wii without any hassle. Have fun exploring the worlds of Banjo-Tooie and collecting Jiggies!




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