Dolphin Emulator 4.0 | Mario Kart: Double Dash!! [1080p HD] | Nintendo GameCube

Mario Kart: Double Dash!! Nintendo GameCube using Dolphin 4.0 Emulator

Gamecube Emulators for Windows

Showing off gameplay of Mario Kart: Double Dash!! for the Nintendo GameCube using the Dolphin emulator for Windows (version 4.0). Please note that the gameplay is a bit choppy at times due to our recording software recording at 1080p / 60 FPS while the game is running. Our CPU simply isn’t beefy enough to handle both things at once (it’s an i5 2300), but we’ve since found other methods to make everything work without it being choppy, so maybe one day we’ll release a new video.

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This video is meant for educational purposes. Nintendo is the author of this game for the purpose of copyright. All rights reserved.

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10 Comments on Dolphin Emulator 4.0 | Mario Kart: Double Dash!! [1080p HD] | Nintendo GameCube

  1. Please answer me as I am having a serious issue with this game on my PC. Everything works fine, but when I turn, my acceleration DROPS dramatically and I go down like 20cc or whatever. It's only whenI turn. I have edited the deadzone many times but to no avail, I am using a USB Joystick PC controller. ANy ideas?

  2. Wow this guy is a scrub, hes missing so many chances to blue grind. =)
    Since the game clearly is able to handle 1080p, can the Gamecube do this if you pay $100 for the HD cables?

  3. In the video, the game gets a little choppy from time to time, but that's just due to me recording/playing at the same time on a mid-range machine. As long as you have a decent overall rig it should play fine.

    What are your specs, namely your CPU, RAM, and graphics card? Dolphin actually doesn't require a super high-end graphics card. A very good CPU makes a bigger difference for the emulator than a very

    Also, what version of Dolphin are you using? Try it with 4.0 or 4.0.1.

  4. It doesn't run like this on my machine. I've got an excellent card, and it runs at full speed when playing Time Trials, but when I do Grand Prix, it quickly becomes Matrix Mario Kart! What am I doing wrong?!

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