The best GameCube emulator has received a functionality that has always been absent, and that is that we are talking about one of those strange functions that Nintendo includes in its devices and that not many users get to use. And in this case we refer to the Game Boy Advance connection function with Gamecube. Did you ever use it?
Connecting a Game Boy Advance on GameCube
For those who do not know the function we are talking about today, it was a special connectivity that allowed linking up to 4 Game Boy Advance in a GameCube to use them in those games that were compatible. The clearest example we had in The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords, where four players could play with the help of laptops, and although the list of games compatible with the function was quite extensive, not all of them offered such striking additional functions.
To achieve this we only had to use an original cable that was sold separately and that allowed us to establish the connection between both consoles. Once the game was running, all you had to do was get to the corresponding section or place in the game for the connection to be established and they will start sharing data.
A little-used function that had no gap in emulation
Being a function so little used or with such little demand, the GameCube emulators have paid it well above. This is the case of the Dolphin emulator, which until now had not offered any kind of compatibility with this function, but now thanks to the latest update, it has decided to include the function to definitely become the most complete GameCube emulator.