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GameCube Emulation Is Now A Lot Better

GameCube Emulation Is Now A Lot Better For the first time in three years, the famous Dolphin emulator—which lets users play GameCube games on their PC—has had a proper big update.0, and a ton of changes and updates have been made.

How Dolphin finally cracked the code on Star Wars: Clone Wars, now emulates every GameCube title

How Dolphin finally cracked the code on Star Wars: Clone Wars, now emulates every GameCube title The MMU inside the GameCube provides games with virtual memory addresses that it maps internally to physical memory locations.In the past, this killed game performance.

12 Ways to Build Your Own Retro Game Machine

12 Ways to Build Your Own Retro Game Machine The Raspberry Pi is a retro gamer’s dream and there are all kinds of ways to relive your gaming youth with one of these mini computers.This Porta Pi project is powered by the Raspberry Pi, as the name suggests, and can sit easily on top of a desk.

Player Finds Incredible Way To Push Pokémon Yellow To Game Boy's Limit

Player Finds Incredible Way To Push Pokémon Yellow To Game Boy's Limit Watch in wonder as someone uses Pokémon Yellow to push the boundaries of what a Game Boy is capable of.The first thing you see here is ACE being used to “launch” Pokémon Gold, a game released after Pokémon Yellow.

Emulator scams bait Nintendo Switch fans

Emulator scams bait Nintendo Switch fans Trying to play the latest Zelda without a console could land gamers in massive trouble as a slew of fake Nintendo Switch emulators hit the web.These scams have been luring plenty of fans using misleading sites and YouTube videos with footage of the latest Switch games running on pc.

Microsoft Bans Emulators From Windows Store

Microsoft Bans Emulators From Windows Store One popular emulator, the NESBox, was listed on the Windows Store last September before quickly being unpublished.This information comes to us from the Twitter account of NESBox, whose free universal emulator (which emulated systems like the NES, SNES, and Sega Genesis) is no longer available on the Windows Store.