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The Nintendo 64 is a 64-bit, 5th generation console released by Nintendo in 1996. Emulation for the N64 is a confusing topic. The system is complex and confounded, leading to it being difficult to
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that remained obscure, such as those from Gameloft. The situation is quite different in Japan where mobile hardware was much more developed, only loosely Java-based, and major video game developers were much more invested
plugin-based PlayStation 2 emulator for Windows, Linux, and macOS. Its purpose is to mimic the PS2 hardware using a combination MIPS CPU interpreters, recompilers and a virtual machine which manages hardware states and PS2
This page contains information of emulation history. Emulation in general gained popularity around 1995-1997, mostly due to increased CPU speed, increased usage of Internet, and increased number of decent emulators.
The Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) is an 8-bit, 3rd generation console released in 1983 in Japan, where it was known as the Famicom. The Famicom Disk System (FDS) is a Japan-only add-on
There are several displays you can use for emulation. Some are better than others at displaying older standard definition games. This FAQ is very work in progress. Please expand upon it.
The Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) is a 16-bit, 4th generation console released on 1990 in North America. In Japan, it was known as the Super Famicom. Emulation for the SNES is robust, with
PlayStation One Portable Station (SLBB-00001) PlayStation One Portable Station (POPS)
The ColecoVision was a console produced by Coleco Industries in 1982, before being discontinued in 1984 due in part to the USA video game crash of 1983. Notably, it provided gamers with experiences very much
SNK, a Japanese video game hardware and software company, is most notable for creating the Neo-Geo arcade system, and several franchises of games including The King of Fighters, Metal Slug, Samurai Shodown and Fatal Fury. Check out the wiki…