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by opticledilusi0n Tue Mar 25, 2008 2:11 pm

GSZX1337 wrote:
marurun wrote:For Windows emus, try Kega Fusion. It'll play Genesis, 32x, Sega CD, and Master System/SG1000 games. Quite a nice little emu.

I really like that emulator. Lots of nice features (being able to right click to access the options is nice if you're needing to use your save states) and you can use it for almost every Sega console. (excluding the Saturn and Dreamcast) I wish it was ported to Linux. :( /Linux fanboi


but mostly because i could recompile for OSX
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by IMJ Tue Mar 25, 2008 10:59 pm

This was some great intel. Thank you!
More or less itd be cool to put together a library to save space.

Its cool because (for example) if someone were to put together a library of NES platform games you could technically store the whole thing on one CDROM for the most part. Between that and your USB controller, you've got the entire NES library in about half a square foot of space.

Hypothetically speaking. :shock:
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