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RF Generation. The Classic and Modern Gaming Databases. How to Play Wii and GameCube Games on your PC with Dolphin Dolphin is an open source Wii and GameCube emulator that supports the majority of games for both consoles. Dolphin will run your collection of Wii and GameCube games very well at 1080p on most new PC’s, and even older systems still can crank out playable speeds at 480p, the native GameCube resolution. Installing Dolphin is easy, although if you want to put your collection on your computer, you will need a Wii and be willing to homebrew it. Why Dolphin is Better than a Wii If you have good hardware, you can crank up the graphics settings on older games. Dolphin is not without its problems; there are still games that do not emulate properly and have bugs or glitches, but there is excellent community support in their forums, and new releases come out every few weeks which include bug fixes. Downloading Dolphin Dolphin is open source and is available at their download page. Getting Wii and Gamecube Games to Play First, homebrew your Wii, and install USB Loader GX. Connecting a Controller