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Discussion in '3DS - Homebrew Development and Emulators' started by Antp0is0n, May 21, 2017.
does a gamecube emulator exist ?
this will never ever happen, we dont even have an n64 emu
3ds is not powerful enough
it would be ok for me to play with 30 fps
No, it will not pay AT ALL
Gamecube has a completely different structure afaik and the n3DS isn't even able to play all 3DS games in 30fps without lags lol
You'd be looking at 0.30 fps if you're lucky, the 3ds, no matter the model, is not powerful enough to emulate GameCube
It's just a person who just discovered what emulation is and it's limits. Calm down. With mainly different architecture between 2 consoles (3ds and gamecube) the host console would have to be nearly 10x more powerful than the console being emulated. In a case like the psp and ps1 where they run very similar hardware, it would only need to be roughly 1.5 to 2x more powerful, but these are rough estimates. The gamecube outperforms the 3ds in some fields, say cpu and gpu power, but only by a small margin, and the 3ds still has less ram, making it impossible for any game to run no matter how optimized it is due to lack of resources. I hope this logically explains things.
Alright, you had your fun. Locking it up.