Originally Posted by britelite
Except that the intro shown in the youtube video is neither assembly or metal-hitting
But yes, the highest priority in my opinion should be compatibility with existing software, and only after that should they think about extended features.
But that's the thing with Apollo-core isn't it.. it may still be a bit rough around the edges but the goal *is* to make it the most compatible 68k CPU to date and the fact that it exists in an FPGA allows the devs to hunt down issues for years ahead... Even Motorola "failed" at that. (by choice probably, but still... the 060 is no good to us without cybrrpatcher, 060 libs and what not)