Welcome to Emulationworld

Forum Index | FAQ | New User | Login | Search

Make a New PostPrevious ThreadView All ThreadsNext Thread*Show in Threaded Mode


SubjectWhat emulators do you use/recommend? Reply to this message
Posted byitchyNADZ
Posted on04/08/08 08:31 AM



For any console, arcade, or computer system. MAME of course is a standard.

What else do you use?









SubjectRe: What emulators do you use/recommend? new Reply to this message
Posted byTi-BOne
Posted on04/08/08 09:41 AM



Genesis : Gens (Kega Fusion is also complete, but i am more confortable using Gens)
Master System : Meka
NES : NEstopia (seems to be good enough) and NesterDC (on the Dreamcast)
SNES : ZSNES

but i am hardly using emulators these days, iīm playing most of my games on the real hardware. But when i use, this is what i use.


> For any console, arcade, or computer system. MAME of course is a standard.
>
> What else do you use?
>
>
>
>
>
>



SubjectSounds good new Reply to this message
Posted byHalcyon
Posted on04/08/08 10:20 AM



But what you really want to do is just buy an old XBox, mod it, then put on ZSnexbox, NeoGenesis, HugoX, FCEUltraX, XBoyAdvance, MAMEoX, SMSPlusX, NeoPopX, DOSXbox, Surreal64, and finally FinalBurnXXX. Then you have a box that holds all your ROMs and savegames/savestates, plays them on TV like you're supposed to, and has 4 convenient joystick ports. You can easily make a USB attachment for mouse/keyboard (DOSBox, Mouse on Genesis/SNES, etc).

On the PC, I'd say the same:

> Genesis : Gens (Kega Fusion is also complete, but i am more confortable using
> Gens)
> Master System : Meka
> NES : NEstopia (seems to be good enough) and NesterDC (on the Dreamcast)
> SNES : ZSNES

But I also like DSMS (never tried Meka) because it's got a graphical filter that makes SMS games look like it's hooked up by a composite cable, and also you can pimp out the SMS sound by turning on General MIDI (if you never did this, you have to hear it). I also like FCEUltra because you can enable the 6th NES sound channel for some pretty sweet sound on a lot of Japanese games, plus it's meticulous in its emulation of the NES (too bad there aren't any PSX or N64 emulators that are this accurate).




SubjectI've been using very few emus lately... new Reply to this message
Posted byDeath Knight
Posted on04/08/08 11:33 AM



But in general:

No$GBA for NDS / GBA
Zsnes for SNES
Fusion for Genesis/32X/Master System
Stella for Atari
NullDC for Dreamcast
PCSX 2 for PS2
Project 64 for N64
Nebula for most arcades aside from MAME

All work and no play makes me..., well, you know the rest.


SubjectRe: What emulators do you use/recommend? new Reply to this message
Posted byVmprHntrD
Posted on04/08/08 03:37 PM



MAME ruined any care I had in arcade emulation and computer I never could get into.

Console and handheld I have a few I still care to bother with sometimes.
SNES=ZSNESWin
NES=NEStopia
GB->DS=(Stolen version of latest)NO$GBA
N64=Project64
SMS/GG=MEKA

Outside that, don't give a damn anymore. :) Hell I actually don't much already as they almost never get turned on.




SubjectMeka has FM Sound Support and a lot of filters. -nt- not bad. new Reply to this message
Posted byTi-BOne
Posted on04/08/08 04:33 PM



wish i had money to buy a xbox, but i donīt have that kind of cash to invest into a console, right now.


> But what you really want to do is just buy an old XBox, mod it, then put on
> ZSnexbox, NeoGenesis, HugoX, FCEUltraX, XBoyAdvance, MAMEoX, SMSPlusX, NeoPopX,
> DOSXbox, Surreal64, and finally FinalBurnXXX. Then you have a box that holds
> all your ROMs and savegames/savestates, plays them on TV like you're supposed
> to, and has 4 convenient joystick ports. You can easily make a USB attachment
> for mouse/keyboard (DOSBox, Mouse on Genesis/SNES, etc).
>
> On the PC, I'd say the same:
>
> > Genesis : Gens (Kega Fusion is also complete, but i am more confortable using
> > Gens)
> > Master System : Meka
> > NES : NEstopia (seems to be good enough) and NesterDC (on the Dreamcast)
> > SNES : ZSNES
>
> But I also like DSMS (never tried Meka) because it's got a graphical filter that
> makes SMS games look like it's hooked up by a composite cable, and also you can
> pimp out the SMS sound by turning on General MIDI (if you never did this, you
> have to hear it). I also like FCEUltra because you can enable the 6th NES sound
> channel for some pretty sweet sound on a lot of Japanese games, plus it's
> meticulous in its emulation of the NES (too bad there aren't any PSX or N64
> emulators that are this accurate).
>



Previous ThreadView All ThreadsNext Thread*Show in Threaded Mode