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Best Emulator you used so far?
« on: August 22, 2019, 07:29:01 PM »
for me, I've been away from emulation long time
and lately was checking the emulators once back again

Just came across Mednaffee (which is a front-end GUI for mednafen emulator)
Currently it's running 15 Consoles

I checked those ones in that emulator:
PSX
Sega Saturn
NES
SuperNES
Sega Genesis



and it really accurate and smooth!
didn't found any problems\bugs yet in a single game

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Re: Best Emulator you used so far?
« Reply #1 on: August 23, 2019, 07:26:13 PM »
The only emulators I have touched in recent times are for psp, ps2 and ps3

PPSSPP for psp I use both the windows and android versions
PCSX2 for playstation 2
RPCS3 for playstation 3

I've mostly been messing around with RPCS3 with my new hardware to see what/how the emulation has improved quite impressed been playing Dragon's Crown with no issues the frame rate seems stable enough to probably better than the original Ps3 hardware lol

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Re: Best Emulator you used so far?
« Reply #2 on: August 24, 2019, 11:49:27 AM »
Nice

Oh even for PS3 ?
I didn't checked it yet
Will try to give it a try  8)

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Re: Best Emulator you used so far?
« Reply #3 on: August 25, 2019, 08:17:30 PM »
Jeeze, the last time I used an emulator was when were were on ROM Nation, and that was some old version of MAME... I do have a copy of PPSSPP so I can try and play Grand Knight's History in English so I don't have to use Google Translate to piece together the more complex spells and powers the characters have.
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Re: Best Emulator you used so far?
« Reply #4 on: August 25, 2019, 11:44:07 PM »
Jeeze, the last time I used an emulator was when were were on ROM Nation, and that was some old version of MAME... I do have a copy of PPSSPP so I can try and play Grand Knight's History in English so I don't have to use Google Translate to piece together the more complex spells and powers the characters have.

Wow long time dude hehehe



The only emulators I have touched in recent times are for psp, ps2 and ps3

PPSSPP for psp I use both the windows and android versions
PCSX2 for playstation 2
RPCS3 for playstation 3

I've mostly been messing around with RPCS3 with my new hardware to see what/how the emulation has improved quite impressed been playing Dragon's Crown with no issues the frame rate seems stable enough to probably better than the original Ps3 hardware lol

Wow I tried PCSX2 for playstation 2 and it's awesome so far
Miss playing WWE SmackDown! Here Comes the Pain

Thanks for the recommendation Hito  8)

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Re: Best Emulator you used so far?
« Reply #5 on: August 26, 2019, 01:28:49 AM »
Yes, real long time... I don't emulate often, but when I do, I play for keeps!

Oh wait, I don't know if this counts as using emulation, but the NES and SNES mini! Technically it's an emulator! Tee hee!

But come November; I'll have the Marvel and TMNT "1up" arcade cabinets... mmm yummy! I want the MvC cabinet though when it comes out. And hopefully the Konami 4 player beat-em-up games: X-men, Buckey O'hare, Simpsons, and C.O.W. Boys of Moo Mesa!

Yes I did play them via MAME before but I love the idea of having an actual dedicated Cab for it! Sexy!
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Re: Best Emulator you used so far?
« Reply #6 on: August 26, 2019, 10:01:42 PM »
Yes, real long time... I don't emulate often, but when I do, I play for keeps!

Oh wait, I don't know if this counts as using emulation, but the NES and SNES mini! Technically it's an emulator! Tee hee!

But come November; I'll have the Marvel and TMNT "1up" arcade cabinets... mmm yummy! I want the MvC cabinet though when it comes out. And hopefully the Konami 4 player beat-em-up games: X-men, Buckey O'hare, Simpsons, and C.O.W. Boys of Moo Mesa!

Yes I did play them via MAME before but I love the idea of having an actual dedicated Cab for it! Sexy!

oh nice the old beat-em-up games

Heheh yeah I have the NES Mini
and also added games to it
It's really good and all of the games I tested runs smooth

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Re: Best Emulator you used so far?
« Reply #7 on: August 29, 2019, 09:35:50 PM »
I was thinking of getting the PS1 mini, but only 2 or 3 of the games really appealed to me. I will say when they dropped the price to $30 i was practically standing in line, but then the tiny voice in my head told me not ot and that i have a PS2 with most if not all the games i wanted for the PS1 & PS2... so yea, odds are ill never get the PS1 mini.
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Re: Best Emulator you used so far?
« Reply #8 on: September 01, 2019, 05:16:38 AM »
The Psone mini is hot garbage not really sure what Sony was thinking other than $$ they used a open source emulator and didn't even configure it properly refused to put in dual shock pads knowing that several of the games would be unplayable without them and the game selection was lackluster and really really disappointing pretty much sold me to never get one lol!!

The Sega Genesis/Mega Drive on the other had that's how you do it I preordered that sucker in a heart beat  ;)


Also I forgot about Dolphin for Gamecube and Wii emulation which is pretty bang on

Cemu for Wii U emulation its an newish emulator that gets updates on a fairly regular basis its come along way from 3 years ago when I first heard about it

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Re: Best Emulator you used so far?
« Reply #9 on: September 01, 2019, 11:24:30 PM »
The Psone mini is hot garbage not really sure what Sony was thinking other than $$ they used a open source emulator and didn't even configure it properly refused to put in dual shock pads knowing that several of the games would be unplayable without them and the game selection was lackluster and really really disappointing pretty much sold me to never get one lol!!

The Sega Genesis/Mega Drive on the other had that's how you do it I preordered that sucker in a heart beat  ;)


Also I forgot about Dolphin for Gamecube and Wii emulation which is pretty bang on

Cemu for Wii U emulation its an newish emulator that gets updates on a fairly regular basis its come along way from 3 years ago when I first heard about it

PSone Mini
I got one

It's Really bad
Even If you put Bleemsync on it
it's really having Controller input lag
you can't even play Rockman (Megaman) games because of the lag

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Re: Best Emulator you used so far?
« Reply #10 on: September 03, 2019, 12:00:50 AM »
I heard a lot of the PS1 mini issues were fixed if you hook it up to a USB keyboard and edit the region so it plays in the NTSC mode/region. But that's just what I read online.
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