if it's a knock-off of a wii then it's unlikely that it'll be allowed until the wii is dead for 3 years or more.
That's ridiculous. It's a knock-off of a Wii that runs cartridges, not Wii games, has a shitty epoxy blob'd PCB that's so small that the actual Vii unit has a fricking metal weight in the bottom of the case to weigh it down. What's next, MAMEdev not wanting to touch a bootleg because it sounds
like a popular one?
I would add it in its entirety, the 3 year rule only really matters if the company is still making software and therefore money from it.
I wouldn't add a PS2 driver yet even thoughg that's much older, but I would add this and even some newer Wii clones/TV games.
Exactly, though they're not even Wii "clones", they're based around a 10-odd MHz 16-bit microprocessor from SunPlus. The companies are no longer making any Vii cartridges, at this point they're just flogging it to attract confused grandparents who only know that their kids really like "the Mario".