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Discussion in 'Wii - Console and Game Discussions' started by playallday, Jan 20, 2009.
The Dolphin emulator made to emulate the Gamecube supports Wii emulation. Try searching for something like "Dolphin supports Wii".
Dolphin the gamecube emulator has limited wii support so go google dolphin =]
waste of time just get a wii and get it chipped than you can do anything
Great idea! I'll go do that! Oh, can you give me $300 + tax?
How silly of him to recommend PAYING for something you use. Truly a ridiculous thing that noone should be expected to do.
Dude, do you know what this site is? We have release number for every DS games so it makes the game easier to find and download on the internet.
Yes, that is the site. But it has very limited support, and you need a pretty damn fast pc, lol
If you think they haven't mastered even PS1 emulation yet, what makes you think they're going to have mastered PLAYABLE content for a Wii Emulator?
Sorry to rain on your parade, but I think you'll have to stick with SNES / PS1 emulation for now .
And buy a DS or save for a Wii.
Well, there ARE a couple Wii games that are (fully?) playable on Dolphin. I was very impressed to see that, as they haven't even mastered gamecube emulation yet.
actually the ps1 emu work fine it's the ps2 the havn't perfected
not likely, a computer would have a hard time with the controller movement
And the Wii has only been out for 2 or 3 years, if on did exist it would play horribly
The Wiimote uses bluetooth. You can easily use it on your laptop with the correct drivers. Also, the Wii is almost the same as the Gamecube in terms of architecture and stuff, that's why Dolphin could partially emulate Wii games without too much further development. Check this videos out:
I wouldn't expect to see a Wii emulator that is capable of running a single game at a playable speed for at least 5 years.