The Dolphin emulator development team announced in March this year that it will launch on the Steam platform in the second quarter of this year; however, in May this year, the team announced that the plan was “delayed indefinitely”; recently officially confirmed Completely abandon the plan to put it on the Steam platform.
The Dolphin emulator development team stated in a blog post released today that Nintendo officials have not sent a DMCA notice to the team or Valve to prevent the software from being released on the Steam platform.
The blog post stated that Valve’s legal team contacted Nintendo to ask whether the emulator could be put on the Steam platform.
Nintendo then sent a request to Valve, hoping that Steam would not list the emulator.
Valve then notified the Dolphin emulator development team, requiring the team to communicate with Nintendo and obtain permission before it can be put on the shelves.
Dolphin is a very popular emulator that can emulate Nintendo Wii and GameCube games on platforms such as PC, Mac, and Android.
The official introduction of the Dolphin emulator on the Steam platform is attached as follows: “Dolphin is an emulator suitable for the sixth and seventh generation game consoles of big N, providing enhanced functions such as higher resolution, save progress, and online games. “.