A proof of concept video has been posted on YouTube showing the Dolphin emulator running on Nintendo Switch through Lakka. YouTuber Mizumi has posted a video showing the Gamecube emulator Dolphin running on the Switch through Linux-based OS Lakka. Mizumi explains that the emulator doesn’t work in docked mode just yet, and it won’t work without the Joy-Cons attached to the screen. It’s not compatible with other controllers either, so only single-player games are viable for now. The video shows Paper Mario and Super Smash Bros. Melee running on the console, but the emulator is struggling to hit 30 FPS at the moment, with titles running at 20-26 FPS. “This does work on any firmware…so you don’t have to worry about that,” Mizumi explains. “[There’s] no chance of bricking. You can’t get banned for this, because technically the Switch isn’t running the official firmware, so it doesn’t really have any way of telling … [Read more...] about Gamecube emulator Dolphin is is up and running on switch
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Valve has been including new features to Steam and now Valve has officially included support for Nintendo Switch Pro Controller to Steam. According to Valve, they are pleased to add the Nintendo Switch pro controller support to Steam and believe that the d-pad is ideal for fighting games and platformers. We’re pleased to announce that the latest Steam Client Beta adds support for the Nintendo Switch Pro Controller. We think it is a great device with a feature set that pairs nicely with your Steam catalog. The d-pad is ideal for fighting games and platformers and the gyro enhances aim in your action/FPS titles. If you’d like to test it out you will need to opt into the Steam Client Beta then follow the steps below. We hope you enjoy and, as always, we welcome your feedback. Speaking of Switch, Recently, a future-proof Switch hack was made public which can’t be patched due to inherent vulnerabilities in Nvidia Tegra chip and shortly after that hackers … [Read more...] about Nintendo Switch Pro Controller Support Comes To Steam
Recently, a future-proof Switch hack was made public which can’t be patched due to inherent vulnerabilities in Nvidia Tegra chip and shortly after the hack emerged, Hackers have managed to run GameCube Emulator on Nintendo Switch. This future-proof Switch hack was revealed by hacker Katherine Temkin and is called Fusée Gelée coldboot vulnerability. Now, shortly after the hack went public, a hacker uploaded a video showcasing a GameCube Emulator running The Legend of Zelda Wind Waker on Nintendo Switch. While the video is only 35 seconds long but, it showcases enough to give us an idea that the Nintendo Switch is having no problem running the GameCube Emulator. The aforementioned exploit is basically related to Nvidia Tegra X1 chip which unfortunately also powers the Nintendo Switch. The exploit uses the Tegra X1’s USB recovery mode vulnerability that circumvents the lock-out functionality whose job is to protect the bootROM. Since this future-proof Nintendo Switch … [Read more...] about GameCube Emulator Running Legend of Zelda Wind Waker On Nintendo Switch, Is Switch Completely Compromised?
With the technological advancement of personal computers and smart mobile devices, more services are now available to the consumer. They are very helpful especially for entertainment purposes; you can listen to music, watch movies and even play games. However, this has posed a challenge to the game industry. Customers today are not buying video games or gaming consoles as they used to in the past. After all, why buy expensive playing devices when a cheaper computer or Smartphone can render the same games? Many people therefore choose to forgo video games but not without a cost. The electronic devices do not bring with them the same experience as that of traditional video games. To help computer customers share the same simulation as when playing on game boxes, a gamecube emulator has a solution at hand. You can download a console emulator of choice-one that is compatible to your personal machine. We can discuss a few. Nintendo 64 This is a 1964 emulator made by Schibo and Rice. … [Read more...] about Your Game Emulation Problem Solved!
There might be more secrets waiting to be unearthed deep inside your Nintendo Switch. Rumor is, that there might be a fully working Gamecube and Wii emulator compatible with the Switch’s processor making it a (kind of) legit Nintendo Switch emulator for the company’s previous games. Let’s see what we know. Back in early December, Nintendo and NVIDIA confirmed that Wii and GameCube games would soon become available on NVIDIA Shield in China. What we didn’t know though is that the games run through an emulator that is seemingly compatible with Nintendo Switch as well. According to ResetEra user dragonbane (Marwin on Twitter), who claims to be a glitch hunter of the 3D Zelda Speedrun Community, there is a fully functioning Gamecube/ Wii emulator within the NVIDIA Shield, which doesn’t crash, has no graphical issues and keeps the framerate is locked at 30 fps pretty much throughout the entire game. After playing Zelda Twilight Princess … [Read more...] about Nintendo Games Emulated On NVIDIA Shield Hint At A GC/ Wii Nintendo Switch Emulator