YouTube’s ‘John GodGames’ has shared some videos, showing a number of WiiU games running in the latest version of CEMU.
Wii U sales are so low people are already considering it retro and emulating it. Zing!
This emulator is evolving damn fast.
Yup, the amount of work being done for this emulator is amazing. And yet people will still hate ;)
Yuk! This emulator managed to make all of those games look so unappealing... The problem is going from the Wii, Dolphin HD efforts were a big step up. Coming from the WiiU to CEMU, this looks and sounds hideous. Just like the State Farm commercial!
> And yet people will still hate ;) What drugs are you on? No one is hating this. You're definitely foxnews material.
I'll give you that, but looking at he wind waker part; the shaders are so bad compared to the Wii U.
The shaders are the same. It's the emulator that needs work on processing gpu stuff.
At least some people will be able to try out a few Wii U games without wasting money on the unappealing hardware. I personally wouldn't bother, but it gives others a chance to try out the games.
How you have so many bubbles I'll never know.
I really do despise pirates. So people won't buy Wii U but they'll make emulators to play the games people won't pay for, but apparently have an interest in... Okay.
Who says that it's pirates or people who have no interest in the Wii U games that are into this emulator? Yes,there will be a lot of pirates and cheapskates who CAN afford the console and the games but would prefer to pirate the games and play them on this emulator instead since they are probably just PC gamers in the first place.(they probably even pirate their PC games) But there are also those who don't care for the Wii U but want to play the new Mario games,new Zelda games etc etc and would actually buy the games to play them on this emulator instead of buying the hardware to do so. Also there are those who already have a Wii U,have the games,but would want to play those games wherever they go using their gaming laptops for instance instead of taking the whole console with you just to play a quick game of Mario Kart. This can go both ways,either for good or bad.
So let me see if I understand... You have people with no interest in the Wii U, but want Wii U games. Wii U is a video game console. Therefore, people with an interest in Wii U games want....to NOT buy a Wii U? You know how ridiculous that sounds, right? You buy Wii U because you **are interested in Wii U games**. How on earth did you think to justify piracy with that? Nintendo does well for themselves with exclusives and they're not like Sony or Microsoft. You can get away with playing many of their games with a PC. You'd advocate taking away reasons to buy a Wii U when exclusives are just about all they have? I simply don't agree and we can leave it like that.
I'm with Xyde on this one; if you're not willing to get a Wii U to play Wii U games, you shouldn't be playing Wii U games. The consoles are made for these games, and if you love the games then you should be supporting the company that gave them a home by BUYING that home. Playing them on anything else is just wrong, morally, and probably legally as well since it would take using emulators in an illegal fashion and grabbing data off the disk or downloading an illegal copy of said data through the internet, which is tampering that I'm sure is frowned upon somewhere in their EULA. And besides, you've gotta face the biggest fact here: The MAJORITY of the people using this emulator, WILL be downloading cracked copies of Wii U games once they figure out how to work it all out. This emulator is not going to be a benevolent tool. It's going to be a pirate gate first and foremost. And considering the system isn't even 5 years old yet, it is WAY TOO SOON to say it's okay to do this for the sake of preserving a part of gaming history or anything.
People should look into how this emulator works before they high five each other. You still need the games and a WiiU to dump the files to your computer. The emulator is more designed for the enthusiasts Nintendo gamer who would like to see what these games would look like with different quality assets. The rest of you who can't wait to see this take off so you don't have to buy a WiiU to play WiiU games are pretty much considered a pirate. People must look up software licensing laws before you think that just because you purchase a game, that allows you to do whatever you please. There are many counter measures in place to protect the original creator and publisher from losing money to unlawful reproduction and use.
dolphin has been in development for many years now, if it wasn't legal how come its still in development? lol some people cant digest simple things. nintendo has been known for taking aggressive action banning any copy-righted stuff, yet this development continues, legal.
According to your logic pirating music is legal because iTunes can play it?
Sorry, double post
maybe theyr just interested in 1 or 2 games
They should probably wait for the NX then to see if it's backwards compatible. So If I only wanted 2 Sony games but don't want a PS4, that makes it okay to get them by any means necessary? People should think of software licencing like this, you buy a house you own your house right. But you must also pay taxes on that property for as long as it's in your possession. So is it really completely your property then? Stop paying taxes on your property or do construction without getting a zoning approval. The government will show you how much you really own! Everything you do, use or own in life is basically leased.
Pikmin 3 looking good, and Chronicles X it's still very rough, but who knows what people could do in a couple of years. Still, I'm sticking with the original hardware, nothing like it.
I have to tell you guys something, for those of you that have no plans in actually purchasing the software legally or a WiiU to dump it from, you guys are either extremely bold or not that smart to encryption technology. Quick story, a few years ago this girl at R.I.T a college in my city decided that she would DJ at the radio station to make some extra money. After awhile she started taking the new release cd's and ripping them to her laptop, just basically for her own Playlist at first. Then she thought well people really love my Playlists, so maybe I can sell them on the side to really make some cash. Long story short, everytime she was making a copy and selling it. When that person put it into their computer or laptop it was flagging the encryption of the original as being copied, the device it was copied from and everything. Not only were they able to track it to her computer's IP address, but they wanted to see if was going to stop (which she didn't). They went right up to the school and arrested her for Grand larceny, because she had stolen and sold over $150,000 worth of music. You guys have to ask yourself, there are reasons as to why Nintendo is very successful against companies and people that pirate their software. In this day and age if you even say that wrong thing, or act on the wrong thing it can be used against you. I have a friend who works in cyber security and he always tells me to watch what you search, because while yes you may have your privacy while you have it. Lookup the wrong things one to many times and you'll be flagged in the system as suspicious.
Nintendo needs to hit them with a cease and desist order.
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