Adventures in Emulation
February 03, 2019

Been painfully succesful on trying out some emulation from GameCube being that seemingly, it is quite rare to find working emulators that can use some of the few ISOS I've been testing. Unlike the Sega Saturn emulation which left me seeing red at the fact that there is just no way to ever try such a thing seemingly, I have been able to play a few games with little to no slow down and even been able to record gameplay so I may even be able to create more content for my youtube channel in the future.

On the other hand I had been more successful on the likes of Nintendo DS and was able to experience games I always dreamed of playing but could never had a chance. My last handheld was the GBA SP therefore I had missed on quite a lot.

Of course there is the thing about Nintendo licensed games that aren't allowed to freely swim around as they used to for download, so I am gfrateful to what I can actually play thus far.

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Masters Masters - February 04, 2019 (08:09 AM)
Yeah, I was able to try out some good DS games -- the Castlevania ones in particular -- and the PS One emulators aren't bad. I haven't tried GC or Saturn, but it's disheartening to hear that they suck.
CptRetroBlue CptRetroBlue - February 04, 2019 (09:56 AM)
Indeed, indeed. I cry waterfalls anime style when I can't ever yet to try anything Saturn-related, while the Gamecube emulators seem OK most of the games are hard to play through them. Just going to be grateful for what I can play at this point.

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