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Article: RetroArch PS3 0.9.6 - The Ultimate Multi-System Emulator
Article: RetroArch PS3 0.9.6 - The Ultimate Multi-System Emulator –
nice work looks good think il give this a go thanks and cant wait to see what comes next
prBoom (Playable Wads tested by me)
--Ultimate FreeDoom (Playable from Ep. #2, will crash on Ep. #1)
--Doom3: Mr. Smiley Head's Safari
--Duke Nukem Total Conv. for Doom2
--Goldeneye 007 Total Conv.
Also, Please NOTE the FBA ROMset is synced with the latest MAME ROMset (Affects NEO-GEO/CPS-1/CPS-2/CPS-3)
So older FBA roms will be affected and will not play
Others emulated Arcade boards should be fine..
Now i am not 100% sure but i believe this version of FBA will emulate TurboGrafx16/PC-Engine/Supergrafx .
GREAT WORK by Squarepusher & Themaister
Info is obtained from earlier unofficial builds
Very nice. Gonna take a little getting used to swapping cores. I did notice that after swapping to the VBA (Gameboy Advance) core that it didn't change the savestate/SRAM/etc directories. It seems to stay at the SNESNext settings
This is awesome!!!! Thanks for keeping the PS3 home brew fire burning!
Excellent work guys. Can't wait to see what you guys end up porting next.
Square has begun working on a libretro MAME port.
Not sure i would call my info Insider, just was given some unofficial builds by a great friend and been playing around with this since early April and seen it evolve to this great piece of brew.
Insider Information(via STLcardWS):
I should go as far as to call it Exclusive Insider Info
Originally Posted by STLcardsWS
" this game system can suppose consoles such as Xbox 360, PS3, PC, Wii"
Can anyone clarify what this means? I don't think it's possible to emulate the 360, since the two consoles are roughly comparable in power and an emulator has to be 10x as powerful as the console it's emulating in order to work properly.
I'm curious about the Wii, can it, or could it at some future time, emulate the Wii?
Sorry for noob q's, never dealt with emulation before.