I remember they guy who tough me about emulators, Ad_Enuff. I havent chatted with him in a long time unfortunatly.
You see, man, this is funny... it appears that here in Brazil people are discovering game emulation just now. You can see in almost every gaming magazine something like 'learn what is an emulator' or 'wonderful: play SNES games on your computer'. That looks strange to me as well, since I'm a veteran.Originally posted by BaD_BURN
I was playing Tekken 3 recently on my comp when a friend of mine walked in. He thought I was playing a PC port of the game! The next morning, the poor guy spent 12 hours store-hopping EVERY game store, looking for a PC version of Tekken 3. When he couldn't find one, he went back to me and asked me where I got my 'copy'. I told him I was playing the PSX version. He had that look on his face. Then I proceeded to tell him about the wonderful world of PSX emulation.
I think this is also true. Emulation has no magic; it's all logic. Everyone who reaches the point of interest in computers in which one tries to fiddle with values in Window's REGEDIT.EXE to see what he gets (wow, that was deep), will understand what emulation itself is.Originally posted by prafull
I guess once people come to know about it almost everyone becomes an expert in a short time.
LLC sure advertised its creation... a have never seen a shirt about an emulator! So I'll make one about NeoRAGEx! It will have Mai Shiranui (I'm her lover) on the front label.Originally posted by Ryos
I don't think I know anyone offline who knows what an emulator is, with the exception of some book store employee who recognized my bleem shirt two years ago.