Video: MVG checks out ‘awesome’ update for GameCube emulator on Xbox
The GameCube may not have been a big hit in terms of sales, but it’s actually been home to quite a few amazing third-party games. To this day, many of them are essentially locked on the same Nintendo platform. This includes games like Eternal Darkness, F-Zero GX, and even third-party hits like Sega’s Phantasy Star Online.
If you have given up hope that the GameCube library will return to the Nintendo platform anytime soon, then you have nothing to worry about. another ways to relive the glory days of the stylish purple system. Video game developer and youtuber Modern vintage gamer Recently took a look at a “major update” for Dolphin (version 1.1.2) on Xbox Series X|S, including a new front end, while showcasing series like Metroid Prime.
This latest update gives the GameCube and Wii emulator a complete user experience on Microsoft console hardware, making it easy to set up and play. Basically, you no longer need to configure Dolphin settings on the PC and then copy them to the system. According to some patch notes, there is now a “complete settings menu for graphics and configuration” and the GameCube controller defaults have been fixed.
There’s even an option to enable the GameCube’s broadband adapter to play online games like PSO, you can enable cheats, and the resolution can now be increased all the way up to 5K (5120×4224) with advanced graphics settings. MVG sums it up by saying that this is an “amazing” update for Dolphin on Xbox.