Some of you may allready know this, but it is possible to Play Mario Kart GC online. You see, before the days of XBOX Live people wanted a way to play Halo on the net. A company named Gamespy who you may have heard of, released a program named the 'XBOX Portal'. It emulated 'XBOX System Link' - A.K.A. Lan play. You could then choose a lan game, with an ethanet cable from your box to your PC, and choose a game online to play through the Gamespy XBOX Portal software.
Worked a treat! Played Halo online myself, months before I got XBOX Live (and Halo 1 unlike Halo 2 isnt even meant to be played online full stop)
Now, if the GC Mario Kart can play LAN games via a broadband adapter, why won't it work with the exact same peice of software? Awnser is it will. So when Mario Kart pops through my door, perhaps I will see you online.
If you have broadband, a cube, a PC, and a GC broadband adapter as well as the obvious Mario Kart game that is...
http://www.gamespyarcade.com/tunnel/ for the software (You will need a free Gamespy ID too - mines MattUK ;)
Don't tuant me if you allready knew this - just spraeding the word for those who don't
> Even with 4 people it'll be class.
You can't prove anything.
Not even I would of thought of that, even though I used to play Halo online.