The Wii is a home video game console released by Nintendo on November 19, 2006. The system is famous for its motion control system, which was sometimes divisive amongst gamers but extremely popular with the general public. Despite being dismissed as a "gimmick" by some, the machine hosts some of the most critically acclaimed games of its generation.
Early Wii models were fully backward compatible with Gamecube software and featured Gamecube controller ports on the top. Nintendo later dropped this functionality in order to save money.
At the end of the consoles lifespan, Nintendo launched the Wii Mini. This is a seriously hobbled version of the console with no networking capabilities and is limited to composite video output only.
PAL launch model.
XRGB-2 Specific settings
XRGB-3 Specific settings
XRGB-Mini Specific settings
OSSC Specific settings
To avoid picture blackouts, connect the Wii directly to the OSSC via the component video inputs, do not use an external transcoder. No special settings are required on the OSSC.