I want to download a free PS or N64 Emu. Which one is the best overall? I have cable modem so it doesn't matter how big it is.
I have Pentium 3 1Ghz, 32mb Geforce 2.
Also where can I download roms for the emus too?
I doh't suppose there are GBA emus yet?
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Well, the best emu for the psx is epsxe. U can grab it at www.psxemu.com, Grab the latest pete OGL plugin, cuz 'it s workin' great w/ geforce.(The other plugins may vary for certain games, so if u have a prob, just put a thread in the appropriate forum.)
You can download all fre PS emus right here at psxemu.
You should download ePSXe,it's the best emu available.
Then,for a N64 emu,you should get Project64: http://www.pj64.net/
It's the best N64 emu so far(there will be a new release in about 2 weeks).
For roms,I can't tell you where to get them since it's against the board rules(you should read them BTW).
With your config,those two should run perfectly well(understand:incredily beautiful ).
Project 64 should run perfectly for you. I have an Athlon T-Bird 1.2ghz and Zelda-Ocarina of Time works perfectly, sound and all.
For the PSX, ePSXe can't be beat. If you could see Gauntlet Legends running at 800x600 in full 3D w/full FSAA on, you'd see what I mean.
Yup Raziel, I'll be glad to. I just happen to have some handy. I really like it. I find it hard to believe that you've never seen it. I'll post 'em before I sign off. Look for them in the screenshots forum.
Can we discuss roms but just not the location or we can't talk about roms at all? Thx BTW all of you. For multi-cd games like Final Fantasy 7, 8, 9, will there be like 3-4 rom files? And how big is one rom file usually?
EDIT: I like this place, the people are so friendly. The people at Zophar are fools.
>For multi-cd games like Final Fantasy 7, 8, 9, will there be like 3-4
>rom files? And how big is one rom file usually?
Technically a Playstation game isn't contained within a ROM per se, it can be run directly off of the CD it comes on. However, you can create an ISO image and run it from your hard drive which yields better performance. A given ISO (the dumped image) can be anywhere from 600 to 780MB, depending on the amount of information stored on the PSX CD as well as some more arcane issues regarding the cluster size of your hard drive.