I played through almost all of Super Mario Sunshine using an Xbox 360 controller and Dolphin, and I only encountered 1 bug with the textures on some of the slime that appears on some floors. It is still very playable. Dolphin is really an incredible piece of software, very polished. Do note, that Dolphin can use a considerable amount of resources, and you will need a pretty high spec computer to run it and get decent frames.I've been to a couple emulator websites but haven't downloaded any on account of me being skeptical. What are some good quality and safe ones that you guys use?
PS3 emulator mentioned in it, RPCS3, is it working emulator? i tried many emulators for PS3, but always dead end....i have played god of war 1 & 2 many times...now i want to complete its 3 part, but the platform is the problem...can't buy PS3 for it. did anyone played it on PC using any emulator.?If they try to funnel you through a gauntlet of advertising pages, they're probably not legit. That's true for just about anything else on the internet as well, with few exceptions. Showing skepticism when faced with that type of situation is logical. Every legit emulator has a home page, and it's not hard to discern a real one from a fake one. Remember, ads and malware are specifically directed at stupid people. Not people who possess a modicum of common sense.
All these emulators are legit, and they all have home pages that aren't fake. (not a complete list of legit emulators, just my recommendations)
Retroarch (Multiple systems, with different cores for each, I use this for the older systems, or systems not listed above)
If you have at (minimum) a first gen AMD Ryzen CPU, or any Intel CPU that's 4th gen (haswell) or newer, all of the above run at full speed. Paired with a low-mid range GPU from 3 years ago will work just fine. I got another PC rig that has an AMD R9 390 GPU in it, and that is more than sufficient for emulation. Even at 4k upscaled (90%+ of games). That's a mid-range GPU from 2014-15.