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Old 07 September 2011, 17:18   #7
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It's a different experience, yes, but that's not a bad thing really. I really enjoy firing up my 2000 and doing things with it, it has a great feel to it. Whereas the emulator gives me a slightly different feel (the keyboard just feels different) and look (without scanlines - my own shortcoming, I never managed to tweak a filter that felt natural), it brings to the table things I simply can't afford to do with my machine - I certainly enjoy having assemble times in the seconds, being able to have a solid hi-res laced screen going for wb and devpac and the like. Being able to jump over and try an aga demo or game, or running things through an emulated gfx card.
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