Nes Emu

Discussion in 'General Talk' started by Rayek, Feb 17, 2006.

  1. Rayek

    Rayek Recovering Sega Addict

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    I just got my GP2X in yesterday, and have been... Well, basically peeing myself in joy.
    I have a lot of stuff on there already, SSNES, skin chooser, clonekeen, Tilematch, quake, and, of course, DrMD. But I'm lacking a good NES emu to top the stack. Which is the best, so far?

    Thanks.
     
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  2. TelcoLou

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    I like FCE-Ultra gp2x (found here: Teh Link)
     
  3. daclassicgamingmaster

    daclassicgamingmaster It Is Your Birthday.

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    yea, ive found that one to be quite good thus far
     
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  4. Rayek

    Rayek Recovering Sega Addict

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    Thanks a lot... I needed direction in that arena.
     
  5. WhizzBang

    WhizzBang Grotesque Peasant

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    Hmmm, I find this to be very slow and with choppy sound. NES2x is better but still not as good as is available on the GP32 or GBA.

    It is still early days for the GP2x and it is only Mega Drive, C64 and MAME emulation that are really worth using at the moment. The Gameboy emulator is also excellent but doesn't support saves yet. NES emulation is bound to get better though as it is one of the most emulated machines ever.

    Tilematch is great though, isn't it?
     
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  6. DaveC

    DaveC Internal Development

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    Don't forget the Atari systems. 2600, 400/800/5200, Tuskenraider's Lynx, and St are all great too.
     
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  7. WhiteFalcon

    WhiteFalcon Certified Guru

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    And don't forget about gngeo2x...
     
  8. thelamer

    thelamer ARRR I'm A Pirate

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    Dude drmdx ?? Did everyone forget about poor sonic ?
     
  9. Ravnos

    Ravnos Asleep in Samsara

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  10. chaos engineer

    chaos engineer tit for tat

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    isn't the retro handheld life wonderful? Neo Geo, MAME, Genesis, Atari ST, Lynx on GP2X; and fast booted Gameboy, PC Engine and NES action on GP32 BLU?

    What we need now are decent Amiga (Critical is moving fast), GBA (should be possible) and SNES (go for it Squidge) emus.
     
  11. CyberAxe

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    it'le rock when the allegro lib is complete theres a load of kickass emulators that are allegro based such as Nestopia the best of all nes emulators
     
  12. NuggaN

    NuggaN Still Fresh

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    I really hope the SquidgeSnes EMU will be improved :)

    Even with the bad sound, i enjoy playing it very much anyway, i get like 18 fps on Dragon Quest 6, and it's ok for me!

    Getting batteries now! DRAGON QUEST HERE I COME!
     
  13. Polymira

    Polymira Still Fresh

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    squidge is done with his snes emu for a while i believe, as he has a homebrew console now he's toying with (check his blog)
     
  14. Jarska333

    Jarska333 What do you want?

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    Are you suggesting he can't walk and chew bubblegum at the same time? :)
     
  15. Ravnos

    Ravnos Asleep in Samsara

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    Well, it is pretty difficult. One needs a high level of coordination to pull such an amazing trick off. I'm still working at it myself.
     
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