Like most emulator authors, galibert (the french freak) has a blockage to being brilliantly original. To get any kind of salutation (actually this only ever amounts to a name mention in some unread readme file) galibert has to re-visit the past, resurrecting old shite that is long outdated and of interest to jaded, backward-thinking, thirty-somethings who've lived their best years already. It's all a futile effort at reclaiming an unsalvageable youth.
galibert, a particularly hateful bristly bastard, has the most unmerited vanity, priding himself on the fact he can understand 'code.' Unfortunately he hasn't cracked the code of life because in 2006 he'll be dead. A soothsayer has foreseen the death of this shitty little man. A fateful accident apparently will be his undoing. Here's hoping an axe thru the skull will lead to his last moments:D.
Oh, the Sega re-write (yawn): when you've got the system 16 games operational on older versions, AND Power Drift working so well on FinalBurn, galibers supposed masterpiece will carry the excitement of a dead corpse.