Hey Resident Evil gamers, I’m back after finishing my project work, its been a long few weeks since my previous blog post and I do apologize for that. Its been a hectic few weeks for me during my time at college and working part time. Please forgive me for not keeping you entertained.

Meanwhile, I have run several tests on how to work an emulator with the best settings on my powerful Acer Aspire PC while I was playing Resident Evil Rebirth (remake of the first original Resident Evil), although users will encounter some game sound or cinematic glitches, (I’m using the Dolphin 3.0 version by the way). Other than that, it has never interrupted my gameplay and is not a problem when you are playing in HQ or 1080p picture quality. Oh and you do need a very fast/powerful desktop PC to be able to play on game console emulators. Your PC system requirements should be the following:

  • Powerful CPU Dual Core (2 processors or more is fine!) And the CPU clock speed has to be around 3.00GHz or more. Must support SSE2.
  • Works with Windows XP, 7, 8 operating systems.
  • Also works with Apple Linux or MacOSX Intel operating systems.
  • GPU containing Pixel Shader 2.0 or greater. Not all integrated graphics card work though. The best graphics card I say would be Nvidia or Intel HD Graphics driver.

Okay, first of all, head over to the Official Dolphin Emulator Website and from there you can learn on how to install Gamecube/Wii Emulators for PC by watching the Youtube tutorial video on how to get started.

Next, you gonna have to install 7-Zip, which is a free unpacking program where you can extract emulator and game ROM files onto your desktop PC. But before you do that, make sure you create 2 folders. One for the Emulator and the other for the game ROM files.

Head over to CoolROM.com, where you will find a database list of all the retro game ROM files you can download for your Emulator. Your all set, hope you enjoy your games!

See you on the next update which is ‘Resident Evil: Revelations Impressions’.