Nes is the oldest system i have. And yeah i still play it from time to time. Ice Climbers, Bubble Bobble, Contra, SMB, SMB3, Ghost and Goblins, Hawk, Zelda, etc. etc.
Ya damned straight.The last time I had my old SNES out was over 2 years ago to play Mario All Stars and it was fabulous.
ThisIf I can emulate, I do. That being said, I don't play anything older than PS2 games right now.
Ever heard of TV-Out? Very useful feature.Original > emulation
I accept that emulation has some nice perks and I love it's here for preservation purposes. My gameboy had its best time and I enjoy playing those games on my PSP now. Still, I hate playing things on the PC while it was meant to be hooked up to a TV.
Actually, to me the question isn't emulation vs real deal, it's about desk versus bed
I don't have a TV, but that aside, I can still put out a long USB cable, that's true. Still it just doesn't feel the same as popping in the original disc in a console and switching on the thing, not being bothered by Windows Automatic updates and stuff like that. It just feels better picking a game from my collection rather than loading an image or selecting a ROM.Ever heard of TV-Out? Very useful feature.
As for the topic, I emulate everything except of course current gen stuff. I don't really get an extra sense of nostalgia by playing the real consoles instead.
Just use your imagination, like when we were kids!It just feels better picking a game from my collection rather than loading an image or selecting a ROM.