Dolphin Emulator Coming to Steam

Dolphin Website announces the Dolphin emulator is coming to Steam, offering another base of operations for this Nintendo emulator. The Steam Listing is live, showing this will come to Early Access this quarter. The bold print up top offers the warning that's standard with most emulation: "This app does not come with games. You must own an original copy of any game you want to use with Dolphin." Here's more on the program and what is and isn't legal:
Welcome to the World of Modern Emulation
Dolphin Emulator is your one-way ticket to nostalgia if you're looking to relive classics from the big N's cube-shaped and motion controlled consoles. Return to an era of gaming before the advent of microtransactions and experience a diverse library of thousands of titles that were released for these consoles over a span of 15+ years. Dolphin Emulator allows these classic games to be reborn into the modern era with support for 4K displays, modern controllers, and much, much more. All of this, fully Open Source and free to download.

How Does It Work?
Dolphin Emulator creates a virtual environment on your device that is capable of running games originally developed for two of the Big N's revolutionary consoles. However, Dolphin itself does not provide any of the games. It is just a tool to run legally obtained copies of these games. Once you have dumped copies of your games into a compatible format, you can launch them directly in the emulator.