Nintendo bombed the Steam availability of the Dolphin Emulator

The developers are freezing the debut for an indefinite period of time, while Valve did not respond to the matter.

At the end of March, we reported that the Dolphin Emulator was coming to Steam. More precisely, it was just coming, because Valve informed the developers that Nintendo raised an objection regarding the upcoming availability of the mentioned program, which is why they are freezing the debut for an indefinite period of time.

By the way, the developers are not completely giving up on the latter, but they are currently investigating their options and promise a more detailed report in the future.

Although technically making an emulator available is not considered illegal, which is why Valve originally gave it the green light, the activity carried out through it may already be. This is a gray zone that is legally difficult to handle, and presumably the team responsible for the development of the Dolphin Emulator would obtain some kind of guarantee that Nintendo would not be able to remove the program after a possible Steam debut.

Source: Hírek és cikkek – PROHARDVER! by

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