Welcome to Smashboards, the world's largest Super Smash Brothers community! Over 250,000 Smash Bros. fans from around the world have come to discuss these great games in over 19 million posts!
You are currently viewing our boards as a visitor. Click here to sign up right now and start on your path in the Smash community!
lmao, you really do just need to read the thread, there are plenty of ways to set it up which is why you need to look in there to find what best suits you. Though if you really do want a straight answer, I would recommend using the Homebrew + Gecko OS method and follow the steps necessary. It seems like a complicated process, but once you take the time to read it, it's really not.I tried to ask how its done, and got told to read about it in this thread. I look at beginning of thread and it didn't say, so I don't feel like wasting time reading the entire dang thread to find it.
HOW to play online brawl?
It's not super active anymore, though I do check it occasionally. I'd recommend joining this server or pretty much any smash related Discord as they are bound to be more active than Smashboards. It's pretty dead these days, sadly.Is this thread still active? If so, I might be able to play some rounds.
Actually not really. Dolphin netplay is hit and miss. On netplay you get a lot missed inputs. Like I can't up oos on netplay, but on wifi and offline I can. Not to mention if you use input delay removal code it makes wifi a lot easier to play.You people do know you can play brawl on dolphin emulator online with less delay than wii. I didn't even know you could still play brawl online on wii.
Input delay removal code? Last time I played brawl online on my Wii years ago there was like more than 1 second input delay and it was laggy as hell.Actually not really. Dolphin netplay is hit and miss. On netplay you get a lot missed inputs. Like I can't up oos on netplay, but on wifi and offline I can. Not to mention if you use input delay removal code it makes wifi a lot easier to play.
There is also the issue that people don't have the money nor computers to handle netplay.