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  1. thrillingblaze3145

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    I knew that people made a gamecube emulator

    lets make a ps2 emulator Who's with me!
     
  2. Sissel

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    Kid, things are not that easy, but you know what?, hope is something that can never be truly lost, so yeah there is that, good luck.
     
  3. Magsor

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    NO!!! Use a decent computer to do that. Wii is an upgraded Gamecube it always could run gamecube from day one.
     
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    Wii doesn't have a Gamecube emulator, it essentially downclocks into a Gamecube. It's rare for there to be acceptable non-native last generation emulation. PS2 had PS1's CPU on its board for a reason.
     
  5. Sophie-bear

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    Wii still struggles with original PlayStation emulation, and most definitely does not have the juice to emulate PS2.
     
  6. KleinesSinchen

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    Wow! This thread is online for some hours and there are still no stupid "lol!", "lmao" or "Bahahahaha!" comments. And some actual information, why this request seems unrealistic and is not comparable to the GameCube mode on Wii, is provided. Seems this is a record!

    @MotherToEarth5199 Think of an emulator as some kind of an on-the-fly translator. It has to simulate the hardware on which the software normally runs on another hardware. This is a demanding task, especially when the CPU architectures of the two devices differ. To emulate a device (full or at least at acceptable speed), the machine that runs the emulator has to be significantly more powerful than the one it wants to emulate.

    As already mentioned: GameCube mode on Wii is not an emulator but a mode where the Wii additions (like Bluetooth, USB, WiFi) are turned off and the CPU/GPU clock down values of the GC.

    PS2 and Wii are vastly different and the Wii is not that much more powerful than PS2. I don't think a practical emulator would be possible.
     
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