Dolphin is a great Wii and GameCube emulator. It has a lot of options and tools to bring games up to today’s glorious standards, and it’s full of games you need to play at least once in your life to understand what you might have missed out on if you played Xbox or PlayStation 2.
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Because Dolphin’s library is so big and full, we’ve split this article into two parts so we can talk about both Gamecube and Wii. This is the part about the Wii, so don’t forget to look at what we suggest for the Gamecube as well!
Eledees/Elebits is one of the more fun point-and-click games on the Wii once you’ve figured out how to connect the controller to a mouse or even gotten your Wii Remotes to connect directly via Bluetooth.
A light gun game in the sense that you have to point and shoot, you can destroy whole rooms with semi-realistic physics, hunt through the different levels for the little creatures hiding everywhere, and eventually, like I did, get too caught up in the details of the game’s score and progression.
This is one of those classic games that got lost on the Wii because it came out at an awkward time when everyone was focused on getting it out for Christmas with a copy of Wii Sports.
But the game is a lot of fun with a friend, and the Wii rarely let people play it together as they turned whole rooms upside down to look for things.
Kororinpa is another game with a launch window. It is a Marble Madness-style game with cute animals you can roll around and a frustrating level design. To get the most out of it, you should probably try to map a controller with a gyroscope or something similar. The Wii Remote is always the best choice, though.
Kororinpa is addicting because it’s not too long, but getting to the end of each level is so hard that it makes you angry in the best way.
Every time you fail, you prove to yourself that you can succeed. You’re to blame. No, it is the fault of the controller. No, it’s back to you.
Whatever the case may be, this is perfect for a Dolphin emulation in 4K, especially if you can get the game running at 60fps, rather than the limited 30 on the original console
Wario Land Shake It!!
One of my favourites is the Wario Land series. With 2 and 3, death was taken out of the games, but the first game had the nerve to try something crazy new with a character who had just been introduced in a previous Mario game. 4 is where Wario finally got the amazing personality he’s known for. It’s also one of the best-looking games on the Gameboy Advance, so it’s a strong contender for one of my all-time favourite games.
Shake It!! needs more love because of this. All of these 2D animations were made by hand and put together so well that I think Cuphead might have surpassed it since it came out.
It might be a typical Wario game, with a lot of hitting enemies and silly situations, but it is a fun game that will look great on a big screen at a resolution it was never meant to be seen at.
Kirby’s Epic Yarn
Don’t turn your nose up at easygoing fun, especially when it looks this good.
Kirby’s Epic Yarn is a great little game that can become a child’s favourite, especially in two-player modes. It’s not hard to play, so don’t be afraid of how easy it is.
The whole world is made of this fabric, so when you look for treasure under a tree, for example, and see Kirby fumbling around, you know it’s real and what you’d expect.
It may not have many of Kirby’s usual gameplay elements, like taking and copying powers, but it does its own thing so well that it stops being a problem after about five minutes.
It’s also so ridiculously cute that it’s impossible. Like, this is so bad that the game should be locked up.
Super Paper Mario
Super Paper Mario is probably the most well-known game on this list. It’s different from the other Paper Mario games because it has less RPG-style gameplay and more platforming-style gameplay, but it still has a funny story and some twists on the formula, making it a comedic and odd game as a whole.
This game focuses on the “paper” part by letting you twist the world into a 3D version. This lets Paper Mario go into places he wouldn’t normally be able to go.
Even though the platforming isn’t the best Mario has seen, it changes a lot when you add in the RPG elements. This gives people who are tired of always stomping Goombas something new to do.
The best part of Super Paper Mario is the script, which is funny and breaks the fourth wall, which always makes me laugh. This is true of a lot of Mario spinoffs.
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Resident Evil 4
On the Wii console, you can also play the original version of Resident Evil 4. Resident Evil 4 is a horror-themed Action/Adventure game.
It came out on January 11, 2005, and capcom put it out. Resident Evil 4 is one of the most popular games of all time. Even though it came out 15 years ago, everyone still loves to play this scary game.
Capcom says that millions of copies of Resident Evil 4 have already been sold around the world. Not just on the Wii, but also on Play Station 2, GameCube, Xbox One, and other platforms. It has become very well-known. A lot of gaming awards have been given to this game as well.
Who hasn’t heard of Resident Evil 4? It’s also a very popular game for the Playstation 2.
No video game is like Resident Evil 4. It’s fun to walk around the village and kill zombies. But this is also one of the games with scary stories.
Capcom makes it and puts it on the market.
It is a very popular scary video game. It is also available on Windows, PlayStation 2, Android, iOS, PC, and other platforms.