Xbox Series X|S: You can now play GameCube and Wii games

Thanks to the Dolphin emulator, you will finally be able to play games published for Nintendo’s GameCube and Wii consoles more easily.

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Microsoft’s Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S game consoles, which are selling at record speed, already offer a large number of games, but emulators are always a good opportunity to be able to play other games developed for people as well. other consoles. Using emulators frees you from having to spend a certain amount of money to acquire an additional console just for a few games or simply from cluttering up with several of them.

The Dolphin emulator, released on December 6 in beta version, arrived at the right time for Christmas and went through a series of updates to offer a stable version today. Dolphin allows you to play almost all games from the Wii and GameCube consoles. In addition, the emulator supports high definition to be able to play games from Nintendo consoles in their original resolution.

Dolphin: a more efficient emulator than the others

Of course, there are many other emulators for all other game consoles and Dolphin is not new, but this one has features that allow it to stand out. As Modern Vintage Gamer pointed out, Dolphin is easier and faster to set up on your Xbox console. The most novice players will thus be able to easily install it. The RetroArch emulator, for example, is more complex than Dolphin in its use.

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To install Dolphin in the most efficient way, justenable developer mode on your Xbox console (Dolphin cannot be downloaded via the Microsoft Store). Additionally, you will need a nearby computer to set up your Xbox controller as well as other parts of your system. Modern Vintage Gamer details the whole process in the video provided for this purpose. Finally, Dolphin can be installed on the Xbox One X, but with lower performance and rendering than on the Xbox Series X|S.

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Source : Windows Central

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