Nintendo Switch Games feature available on Samsung Galaxy S8 BEFORE New Virtual console?

The Samsung has to release the new flagship Smartphone Samsung Galaxy S8. And the Galaxy S8 owners to say that the NINTENDO Switch games are full of access on the new Samsung galaxy S8 device.

The Nintendo Switch is the list of games to launch the new Virtual Console. THE NINTENDO Switch games list is set to get a huge boost.

According to the express.co.uk the Currently, we know that a new Virtual Console feature is being planned for the Nintendo Switch and is rumoured to include GameCube games.

The Nintendo Switch games list is one of the most anticipated new features being planned for the console.

In this Virtual consoles to the provide a most recently released game Zelda Breath of the Wild and some other more recent eShop releases on this console.

Nintendo renewed a trademark for horror game Eternal Darkness, which suggests that the rumours of Gamecube Virtual Console support could be true

According to the trademark to Eternal Darkness as downloadable software, which would further suggest that Gamecube releases are coming to the Nintendo Switch.

Nintendo Switch games for Samsung Galaxy S8

Nintendo is also said to be working on bringing Gamecube versions of Super Mario Sunshine, Animal Crossing, Luigi’s Mansion and Super Smash Bros. Melee to the Switch Virtual Console.

But while Nintendo Switch owners continue to wait to find out when the VC will be launched, developers for the Samsung Galaxy S8 appear to have beaten them to the punch.

in this video by GuruAidTechSupport shows the Samsung Galaxy S8 running Dolphin emulator – bringing Gamecube and Wii games to the new mobile device.

The new tech video reveals Super Smash Bros., Super Mario Sunshine, and The Legend of Zelda Wind Waker running with almost no frame rate loss, with the Dolphin emulator using on-screen button input for controls.

As you can see by the clip, it won’t be the best way to play Roms, with an Android controller a must for those serious about grabbing the Galaxy S8.

Decided to shoot in 1080p 60 as it shows off the games speed and smoothness a bit better.”

Hopefully fans won’t need to download the emulator on their new phones this year, with fans hoping for a big Nintendo announcement any day now.

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