2 options, the preferable one being to use - is Ice_Shield said - use a Broadband Adapter which slots into the bottom of the Gamecube. With one of those, simply connect your Gamecube to your router, enter a few details to connect to the (private, as the official ones have been down for years) server, and you're set to play PSO online.
The Broadband Adapter also allows LAN play on a few other games, such as Mario Kart Double Dash and 1080 Avalanche.
You can also use the Gamecube's Modem adapter, but you'll also need to contact your ISP to obtain dialup details. --- Where logic won't work - I will PAL Gamers unite - http://www.gamefaqs.com/boards/277-pal-gaming
sequeezey Posted 5/9/2012 9:42:43 AM
Pshhh.. Who gets online with Gamecube? I'm pretty sure everyone here connects with Wii. --- __ +_Sequeezey_+__ _-* *-___-* *-___-* *-_
Zaron9 Posted 5/10/2012 7:13:20 AM
Mewone posted... I think you have to stand on it.
No no no. You just have to stand on the same line as it.