Chris F Posted May 11, 2005 Report Share Posted May 11, 2005 *This post was inspired by Ed's Gameboy emulator for PSP thread located here. **Lets please keep this discussion to emulators themselves, and not to where to obtain game images or ROMs** The other day it was brought to my attention that the Project 64 emulator (for N64) was updated for the first time in about three years. I've never really liked the emulators available for the N64. They've been slow, required extra plug-ins to work and generally weren't very good. But I gave it a try, and it works great! I owned an N64 in the past, but never really got much use out of it. There are a ton of games that came out for it, that I never really played. Conker and Perfect Dark are two that come to mind. Now I have a chance to try these games out, with some advanced features such as anisotropic filtering and antialiasing which are available in PJ64. With all the bells and whistles turned on, I was playing PD at a silky smooth 60FPS. Official PJ64 Website - http://www.pj64.net/iedefault.htm A few years back I was heavily into emulation, mainly focusing on NES/SNES emulation and MAME. With this new release of PJ64 I decided to see what else has gone on in the world of emulation, and I figured I'd start a thread about it here. One invaluable source for news and emulator downloads that I previously ussed, and I'm currently using now is Zophar's Domain - http://www.zophar.net/. There are some pop-ups there now, so make sure you've got a good pop-up blocker set up before you trek there. I know there are some of us here on LCVG who are into emulation, and some folks that would like to know more about it. For those that are into it, I'd like to hear your recommendations for different emulators, and I'll provide my favorites as well. While my experience is limited to Windows based emulators, I know there are a ton of emulators for Macs available as well, and would welcome discussion for either platform. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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