09 Oct 2017 05:34 pm
Rorschach wrote:JB had fresh stock. I caved.
GeneraL CyberFunK wrote:The urge to get a Switch so I can play it on the plane and trains when I head to Vietnam in 3 weeks is building.
Just not sure my posture will enjoy a handheld that forces you into a shit position.
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Rorschach wrote:Impressions - very cute and so small. Took me a minute to figure out where the controllers plugged in. Lack of AC adapter was initially annoying until I realised that any phone charger made in the last decade can power it.
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t0mby wrote:I see there is a thread at Gaf about modding the Snes Mini and installing other Snes roms, just need to hook it up to a PC via USB.
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MiNiStRy wrote:For all the hype around these it been said to just go retropie but I found a better way using Pandora’s box and playing every game from my youth. The cost for a two player version is around $200 but the if you want to go wireless (which I did) it was around $400.
Definitely worth looking at these imo.
13 Oct 2017 12:58 pm
Downloading and installing a ROM on Retropie is illegal. That's why we're not going to actively tell you to go and download classic SNES, NES, Mega Drive or other console games from the past.
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lestat wrote:We don't provide links to roms, host anything or sell any products.
lestat wrote:http://www.emulator-zone.com/doc.php/ga ... lphin.html
lestat wrote:Pretty good emulator, runs most games flawlessly on my galaxy s2, the only pain is you need to get the right romsets but you'll find a few torrents around that have complete compatible roms.
The project code/web page http://code.google.com/p/imame4all/
lestat wrote:The new Dolphin emulator gives us what Nintendo should of in the first place.
http://www.vgbr.com/forum/index.php?sho ... t&p=542503
lestat wrote:Nice list to load up on my Wii U emulator.
lestat wrote:I'd first try and get some GBA roms to work first, verify the supercard is not at fault. Then also verify the ds roms you have work ok, by using a pc emulator to make sure they haven't been patched or altered which is screwing things up.
lestat wrote:Recently got a galaxy tab s2 for the kids, it works really well as a mame tablet. The 4:3 aspect is perfect for scaling and with a 64gb sd card I can load up a full .139 rom set.
lestat wrote:Dusted off the old psp and upgraded it to the latest 3.40 oe. The latest CPS2/neogeo emulator is amazing, the virtual memory stuff isn't a slide show anymore and it's close to full speed 60fps 95% of the time. So you can enjoy all those large rom classics.
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Nintendo denies that they’re using a ROM downloaded from the internet. Marat Fayzullin, the creator of that iNES emulator, says however that both the version of the cartridge and the dumping method involved will often introduce some minute differences in the ROM’s hex information. Again, this file is identical to much older ROMs of the same game.
13 Oct 2017 04:41 pm
13 Oct 2017 04:57 pm
Jasper wrote:Oh fuck off GameHED!
Stop trying to justify software piracy with bullshit excuses like "my old Super Mario World cartridge stopped working, therefore i'm allowed to steal a replacement by illegally downloading a rom".
Going by your fucked up logic...anyone who wants a replacement of a product they had purchased (and are outside of the warranty period), is able to STEAL from any business to obtain a replacement.
The law is CRYSTAL CLEAR! It is NOT illegal to download an emulator, but it IS illegal to download roms. Even if you own a physical copy of the game, LEGALLY you are still NOT allowed to download a rom of that game.