Nintendo has filed a lawsuit against two separate websites over their distributing of ROMs of Nintendo games. One site has already been taken offline as a result, while the other removed Nintendo games from its library.
A modder managed to turn the Wii U's GamePad controller into a fully functional PC running Windows 10. Even better, he managed to get it running a Wii U emulator so it can still play its original games.
Nintendo may be discontinuing the NES Classic, but that doesn’t mean you must give up on playing classic Nintendo games. Crafting your own is as easy as picking a few parts off Amazon and formatting a memory card.
The Nintendo Wii emulator called Dolphin can now access the Wii Shop Channel to buy and download games through official channels, a big breakthrough for the community dedicated to this popular emulator.
To celebrate the release of 'Breath of the Wild,' the team behind the CemU Wii U emulator figured out how to get the game to run on a PC, but don't get too excited, there are still some issues to iron out.
Jide Technology has released Remix OS Player, a new Android emulator that creates a virtual Android 6.0.1 desktop within the Windows environment for free. It doesn't appear to install directly into Windows, consuming over 6GB of space.
After nearly two-and-a-half years, and countless hours of bug testing, Dolphin 5.0 is here, and brings with it a slew of new features and big fixes making it one of the best and most stable emulators out right now.
The Raspberry Pi has a lot of different uses, including morphing an old Burger King Game Boy Color toy into one of the cutest emulators to walk the earth. That's what one guy thought and found someone already doing it.
A developer has ported DOSBox over to Microsoft's universal app platform for Windows and shows that Windows 95, Duke Nukem 3D, and a Super Nintendo emulator can run on the Xbox One. The framerates are rather slow right now but should…
The Virtual Boy is making its big comeback, but not in the red-and-black eyeglasses of old, but on your smartphone. Popping it in a Google Cardboard and running a specific emulator can even give you the same 3D effects enjoyed by '90s…