One of the most popular ways for gamers to play their Nintendo GameCube and Nintendo Wii (rightfully owned) games is finally. to come to steam things a little easier. It’s a dolphin racer.
According to a report published on the Neowin website, the Dolphin Emulator team behind their application announced and released on Valve’s Steam store sometime in Q2 2013.
The Dolphin Emulator store page is now available on Steam, so you can confirm the access link. Additionally in the blog post; The team said more details about the Steam version will be released when it becomes available..
“We are excited to announce a great experiment: Dolphin steam! Our store page is now available. However, due to Steam works, you still won’t be able to download the emulator via Steam. We’d love to be notified when Dolphin is available on Steam!” Delphinus explains.
The team behind the emulator added: “When we launch on Steam, we will have an article detailing the Steam release process and features. We are finally happy to tell the world about our experience. This has been many months of work and we look forward to having it in the hands of our users soon!”
How Dolphin Emulator Works
Dolphin Emulator It allows gamers to play GameCube and Wii games on PC, Mac and Android devices. More than that, it also allows the same gamers to play games from those two Nintendo consoles to de-create updated HD.
It also supports modern consoles with emulator controls, along with other features like network players and more.
The addition of Steam support should allow players using Rival to get updates faster compared to going to the Dolphin website and manually downloading and installing the software. His arrival on the platform will only be available in a bigger and higher profile venue.