Gamecube/Wii emulator Dolphin on Ouya?
Has anyone tried this out yet? (side loading) http://www.papktop.com/dolphin-emula...alpha-0-6.html
Curious as to if this could ever run at full speed on the Ouya, now that would be the bees knees!
ALSO: It would be even funnier to see the Ouya pull it off in 720p, better quality than the Wii U plays them. (That's just laziness on Nintendo's side)
Last edited by Jake Friedel; 06-24-2013 at 04:45 AM.
1) The software isn't ready. It won't run full speed anytime soon.
2) The hardware isn't "really there" yet. Maybe the OUYA 3 or OUYA 4 will play it lol
OUYA 3 on a Tegra 5 Could do it easily lol.
Late Generation Tegra 4's will do DreamCast, and Sega Saturn Easy. Maybe PS2 and Wii will be playable.
That emulator was just to see if there was interest for an android port and thus was only a experiment. OUYA is no capable of emulating these systems and even the Dreamcast is a big iffy. The max system we could run(if it did) is the Dreamcast.
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Tegra 4 is the earliest hope for a very decent gamecube game maybe.
Tegra 3 will not ever happen!
Emulate yes, emulate at a playable speed probably not.
-New Super Mario Bros Wii
-Smash Bros Melee
-Muramasa the Demon Blade
...Those games emulate well on hardware slower than Ouya
Well with 2*3Ghz of a Q6600 with 64bits my cpu has to struggle in many games.
Maybe a upcoming 64bit ARM with 2.2Ghz overclock can play some games..
but to be honest I do not expect more than 30% of Games to run full speed ever, since the mobile development might slow down with devices that have a insane cpu power already.
Agreed! There's actually a list on Dolphin forums that might help
Originally Posted by user82
Playable games at least 5 years ahead or more if development continues , think it this way is not about just power but development of the emulator has to evolve too, any pc right now is more powerful than a ps3 or xbox 360 and you don't see us play those games in our pc cause nobody is developing an emulator for it so it don't matter if you got a 3ghz quad core 64bit cpu if you put the game cube emulator from the play store in its current state on that hardware is gonna do nothing