ultimate emulator for many consoles

Discussion in 'Computer Programming, Emulation, and Game Modding' started by Dominator211, Jan 3, 2017.

  1. Boogieboo6

    Boogieboo6 @realDonaldTrump

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    You can hack the Wii U's vWii and have a lot of the same setup you used to.
     


  2. BeastMode6

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    Your problem is that a system that would run an EmulationStation-esque frontend with enough horsepower to emulate Wii games would be well over $150 dollars. You would have to build your own HTPC with a decent CPU and dedicated GPU. A build with those specs will be well over $150 dollars, hell maybe even over $400 dollars. You would also have to know how to start EmulationStation at boot and properly configure it, which can be a major PITA, believe me.
     
  3. wurstpistole

    wurstpistole N3DS B9S

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    2 times? More like ten times.
     
  4. Boogieboo6

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    Lol Jdbye beat you to it
     
  5. sarkwalvein

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    It is difficult to understand what you want because you are not being clear.
    Also it is confusing and hard to understand your sentences, because of punctuation and because you are not going to the point.

    Try writing short sentences and straight to the point.
    Don't use weird expressions that don't add information regarding what you want.
    Use lots of punctuation in order to make your sentences easy to read.

    Also, the level of computing power required to emulate a Wii will not be provided by a potential RPi4, and by far.

    Just build a PC or get to know the limitations of RPi4 and other low power minicomputers and settle with what they can actually do.
     
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