Samsung’s Galaxy S8 already hacked to play GameCube classics

By TechNadu Staff / April 15, 2017

In the past few years, Video game emulation play a role on mobile devices. Now, it will come on new Galaxy S8 taking steps for gamers who want to play classic titles on their phones.

GuruAidTechSupport shared a video of the popular Dolphin emulator on this week. It will support GameCube and Wii games which are running several games without a hitch on the Samsung phone. This games will play on a complete set of the touch screen on Samsung Galaxy S8.

According to the reports, GuruAid runs different games such as Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker, Super Mario Sunshine, and Super Smash Bros. Melee run on minimal lag, though some games certainly run better than others.

The uploader notes during the video, the Game Zelda was the best example of the emulator, which is running without any slowdown or framerate issues.

The handsets like Galaxy S8 and S8+ is the Snapdragon 83 chipset devices of the year, which have more power to run Gamecube titles via an Android-based emulator.

Nintendo recently launched its new Nintendo Switch console, which won't provide access to Gamecube Games when it will launch later this year

The Virtual Console wasn't ready for the launch of the switch, but if you happen to be buying a new handsets features later this month.

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