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With its first introduction of Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) to the United States in 1985, the then little known Japanese company, Nintendo dominated the video game console market for over 10 years; their popularity could barely be matched by its competitors. As 1994 rolled in Sony did try to outdo Nintendo for a while with the release of the Playstation, but the release of the Nintendo 64 (N64) in 1996 once again put the company in the gaming console lead. Also with the release of the Nintendo GameCube sixth generation console in the early 2000s, this console had tons of popular games titles on it that bolstered its success. In spite of the constant competition, Nintendo held strong.
Fast forward to 2006 the Nintendo Wii, wireless electronic seventh generation game console was released and rather than coming up with a hard core processing unit and graphic display that would compete directly with rival video consoles of Microsoft Corporation’s Xbox 360 and Sony Corporation’s PlayStation 3 (PS3), Nintendo Wii console was built on innovation, simple and highly responsive motion-sensitive controllers, cost effectiveness and ultimately sticking to its general basic functionalities. This new console featured a virtual console with multiplayer “party” games, backwards compatibility that made it possible for players to use various Nintendo accessories and game titles from GameCube, an in- built Wi-Fi for connecting to the Internet and other free online services that ushered in the era of Nintendo Wii ROMS, where by users can simply download any Nintendo game title in an ISO/ROM format on the Wii console, PC or any other mobile device. Advertently the Nintendo Wii had saturated the video-game console market and in the process establishing the largest user base, outselling both PS2 and Xbox.
Currently, all of the Wii games can be converted into Nintendo Wii ISOs (also referred to as Nintendo Wii ROMs). The Ready Only Memory, more popularly known as ROM(s) basically, is a file that houses a copy of your games ripped from the original game disk or online download. The great thing about these Wii ISO downloads is that they are available on a ton of sites you can find in you browsers to easily download and play on your PC, Tablet or Smartphone.
No doubt one thing that has kept the Nintendo console in the market and given it constant competitive advantage against its competitors is its several game tiles, most of these titles are either classics from older consoles, games that came with the launch of the Nintendo Wii and newer additions. And the best part about these games is that you don’t have to be a hard core gamer to enjoy these games.
With a variety to pick from, some of the best Wii games range from great adventure games such as The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess that helped the Wii start off with a bang, Mad World, Sonic Colours, Super smash bros brawl, Tatsunoko vs. Capcom: Ultimate All-Stars, Fire Emblem Radiant Dawn, Mario Kart, Wii Party, Super Mario Galaxy, Xenoblade Chronicles, to tough battles games such as Metroid Prime Trilogy and a whole lot more. Both hard core gamers and regular gamers are sure to find something that is highly entertaining to them.
Note that if you don’t have a Wii console or a disk of these great games, not to worry because you can simply download a ton of Wii ROMs online and play on your PC. Just a Click on the right online gaming site and you are sure to find Super smash bros brawl ISO, Mario kart Wii ISO, Super Mario galaxy ISO, Xenoblade Chronicles ISO, Metroid prime trilogy ISO and a bunch of other games ISOs out there for free download.
Once a Nintendo game has been downloaded and saved in a ROM file, you would also need to download an emulator to enable you play the downloaded game. An emulator is a software that can mimic play of any file format on your device. There are quite a number of emulators you can download online, some of the most popular ones that support, Nintendo 64, GameCube, Wii and Wii U, NES include;
Although there are a ton of emulators out there that are compatible with your PC, this is an emulator that can run extremely well on your device, as it is the most stable emulator capable of running the six and seventh generation consoles. The Dolphin emulator is sure to enable you play a ton of Nintendo games, you can download Nintendo ROMs and play games online for free all on your PC. Users of this emulator can make full use of the Wii Shop Channel, this allows them add more points to their accounts, download games and then play them with the benefit of the program’s upscaler.
This emulator supports a variety of freeware and public domain games. Simply connect your PC other Wi-Fi or Bluetooth supported devices and get to play with multiple players on the network. This emulator also easily finds the Nintendo ISOs stored on your SD card in zip/non-zip formats to enable you play them easily. This emulator delivers a modern interface and high-definition gaming experience. Its key features are; game progress saving, this support has 8 manual slots and also screenshots, rewind game progress in case you attempt when you make a wrong move and want a do over.
Snes9x EX+ is another compatible Nintendo emulator. This emulator comes with a variety of built-in games that are free or open to public domain games. It likewise enables you to add games that are in ROM, ISO (Zip) file formats and play on your device. For its features, the app supports multi-player gaming and allows you to play games in both portrait and landscape modes. Its high-graphics support is pretty high with an easy to use interface and overall it is low-on-battery high performance. This emulator is sure to give you an awesome gaming experience on any device.
RetroArch – All-in-One Emulator
Citra 3Ds Emulator
Emu Paradise Emulator
Retro Consoles Emulator
Open Emu Emulator
Note that before you download any of these emulators you can also check the compatibility list on each emulator download site to know which games can be played using the emulator, so you know which emulator suites your gaming needs best, before you go on to download.
Just as it is important to note the compatibility of games and emulators, it is also very important to note which emulators are compatible on your device such as Windows, Ios, Linux, Web or Android. And I’ll be listing the emulators that are just suitable for all of your devices and Operating Systems.
One great thing about Windows is that it supports almost all the emulators out there. Most often these emulators are supported on a wide range of Windows OS, so you are easily able to play all you Nintendo ROMs on your PC. The most compatible emulators for Windows include:
Most emulators that enable you play Nintendo ROMs on your Android can easily be found on Google Play Store for download. So most often when you do not see the emulator on the app store then it is most likely that your version of Android does not support the emulator. Sometimes you could also check on the emulator site for downloads if you don’t find any on the app store. The most compatible emulators for Android include:
If you want to get the best out of the emulators listed below and enable them function properly on your Mac, iPad or iPhone while you play your Nintendo ROMs, then it is best you have the iOS X version or higher. Compatible emulators include:
With these emulators listed below you are sure to get the best game play either by playing online or downloading the Nintendo ROMs to play all on you Linux devices. Compatible emulators for Linux include: