If you’re a dedicated PC gamer who likes to try out an exclusive console once in a while, you probably know how the emulation world works. While this was once an obscure and outlawed practice, it seems game emulation is much more common now, as the announcement of DolphinGamecube and Wii emulation software, and its upcoming arrival on the Steam store.
As confirmed on the Dolphin website, the emulator’s store page is already live, but it will be available for download in the second quarter of this year.
“We’re thrilled to finally be able to tell the world about our experience. It’s been the fruit of months of work, and we can’t wait to see it in the hands of users soon!”
Other emulators have made their way to Steam in the past, so it’s no surprise, but it does point out that it may soon be easier than ever to be able to play games that were previously legally inaccessible on your PC.
Are you going to try the Dolphin emulator?