Nintendo Switch is a hybrid console from Nintendo which has been very successful since its release. Everyone loves playing games on their Switch console but sometimes you just wish to play games from other platforms which have not been possible until now.
Thanks to Lakka which is a multi-console emulator. You can now play many games from different consoles including PS1, PSP, N64, DS, GBA and more on your Nintendo Switch. This multiple console emulator has been ported to Switch to allow you to do the impossible, though Nintendo Switch got hacked recently it couldn’t play PS1 games.
The list of support consoles and systems is long which you can take a look at here. There are a total of 45 different platforms from which you can play the games by using Lakka.
Keep in mind this emulator is in early stages so it might do harm to Switch consoles in some different ways. It’s clearly mentioned on the official site that by installing this emulator, your Nintendo Switch will face battery calibration issues. Your console will automatically shut down before even reaching 0%, which will mostly occur in between 40% and %15 as revealed by developers.
This bug also doesn’t let you charge your console to the 100% and there’s no software fix yet. Although if you do face the problem you can just unplug the battery connector.
So if you are someone who loves your Nintendo Switch, this is not for you as the other issues include screen burning too.
You can go here to follow the steps to install Lakka emulator on your Nintendo Switch and the team behind it says that they are continuously working to improve the emulator by bringing more games, features and also fixing these bugs.
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