• When it comes to emulating the Nintendo GameCube or Wii, the Dolphin emulator reigns supreme. With features like upscaling, netplay, and so much more, it's a shining example of the sorts of peaks that emulation can reach. Netplay is especially one of those magical features, allowing online players from around the world to sync up and play local games as if they were together in the same room. Through the many years of development, Dolphin's netplay function has improved, though it has always required an extra bit of effort on the user's part to make sure everything worked right. For all those users that have struggled with tinkering around through multiple settings menus, the Dolphin team has introduced a brand new feature in their latest update, which makes it leagues easier to start up and join online netplay matches.

    Thanks to the new Netplay Server Browser, players can create private or public lobbies for specific games, removing the need to find your IP and copy and paste it to everyone involved. You can also sort by region, which helps for those that care about their ping, or by the specific title, and can see at a glance how many players are in a room before joining. If you're interested, all you need to do is update your Dolphin to any version that is 5.0-9908 or later, and select "browse netplay sessions" from the tools menu.

    via https://gbatemp.net/threads/latest-d...easier.535606/