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Old 31 July 2007, 00:15   #21
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1. WinUAE - No need to elaborate
2. Winvice - My past relived!
3. Spectaculator - lovely bright speccy colors (and clash ugh!) and so much choice.
4. DOSBox - Oh wow - since 0.70 came out.. this is amazingly speedy
5. Mame - sheer size, accuracy and lovely history detail frontends.
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Old 31 July 2007, 00:26   #22
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Hmm, isn't there an old thread about this? anyways

Dosbox Ultima, EOTB, full Mt32 support, sbpro.. It's worth some €500 in hardware setup but runs better.

AdvanceMAME - Running great in my arcade cab. Such a cool concept to even emulate a 15hz output of the original arcade screen. Ran my neo-geo next to it and couldn't see any difference. Even the bios boot crap was the same.

NebulaModel 2 - Daaaytooonaaaaaaa, sega rally championship (new in this edition)

winUAE - Great a500 emulation, but will only run on my XP system :/ I'd love 15hz support, nix and all the updates.

VMware - compile, swap environment, get files, get back.. in under 30 seconds. OK, not really emlulation, but close enough.

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Old 31 July 2007, 00:33   #23
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Hmm, isn't there an old thread about this?
Yeah, but it's still cool

You can't have too many emulation threads

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Old 31 July 2007, 00:44   #24
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Nothing like thread emulation to relive those nostalgic old posts
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Old 31 July 2007, 00:48   #25
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Erm, indeed.... I'm sorry that previous post by me is nonsensical and rather pointless.... I blame the vodka myself...
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Old 31 July 2007, 00:51   #26
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In no particular order.

1. Atari800Win PLus
2. VICE
3. WinUAE
4. The STeem Engine
5. Kega Fusion
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Old 31 July 2007, 00:55   #27
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Erm, indeed.... I'm sorry that previous post by me is nonsensical and rather pointless.... I blame the vodka myself...
You are too young for Vodka, Graham.
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Old 31 July 2007, 01:02   #28
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They were reluctant to accept my ID in the pub... I may look about 12 but honestly...

Am I rambling again?
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Old 31 July 2007, 11:31   #29
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1. WinUAE/WinUAEX
2. NeoGenesis
3. MameOX
4. ZSnexbox
5. FBA-XXX Pro

That is all.
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Old 31 July 2007, 12:09   #30
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i got it wrong the first time around...

- Atari800WinPLus / Stella / Emu7800 /
- O2EM (through the VideopacBase)

i like others too, but not so much as these 2 lightweights
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Old 31 July 2007, 12:21   #31
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Mine at the moment (ie, the ones I'm using at the moment!) are

1.WinUAE
2.pSX
3.Kega Fusion
4.Steem
5.ZXSpin (love the "find a game" option!)
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Old 31 July 2007, 14:16   #32
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1. WinUAE
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3. Stella
4. VcolecoWin
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Old 31 July 2007, 15:09   #33
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Yeah, it was quite some time ago though... Probably improved since then
It still doesn't make the games look better so I wouldn't bother with it

Stick with ePSXe and those fine gpu plugins.
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It still doesn't make the games look better so I wouldn't bother with it

Stick with ePSXe and those fine gpu plugins.
But the PSX emulator compatibility is very high, straight from the first release. Pete's execellent GPU plugins doesn't work proper with all games. Both are great. If you have problems with some games in ePSXe, try the PSX emulator.
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But the PSX emulator compatibility is very high, straight from the first release. Pete's execellent GPU plugins doesn't work proper with all games. Both are great. If you have problems with some games in ePSXe, try the PSX emulator.
pSX is much more compatible when compared with ePSx, even with all ePSx plugins. Also with ePSx you'll loose a lot of time on setup per game (I really hate all that plugin crap).

Why can't they just focus on default plugins like PJ64 folks??
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Old 31 July 2007, 21:47   #36
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PSX and EPSXE are really good...I have both

however I always use EPSXE with PETE opengl plugin 2.8 because games looks better....

I setup a 1600x1200 screen there....with texture fiilters and fullscreen filters+2XSAI..+ pixelshaders.......yes....that's nice

Just finished Spyro 1 and now Im playing Spyro 2 (great games!)

I use also "Eternal" sound plugin because is lot better that one included on EPSXE


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Old 31 July 2007, 21:53   #37
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I still use epsxe simply because I could never get psx to detect my cd drive
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Old 31 July 2007, 22:56   #38
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Ah, just given pSX a go.
Very,
VERY good.

ePSXe is a pain to set up but as I've gotten used to it I'll stick with it. I couldn't do without all those extra goodies - esp on the GFX front.

Maybe a future pSX could have the option of using the GFX plugins?
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What do you mean that would defeat the point?
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Old 31 July 2007, 23:48   #39
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Ah, just given pSX a go.
Very,
VERY good.

Maybe a future pSX could have the option of using the GFX plugins?
Probably not. I've asked the author after the first release. It seems, he doesn't like plugins or even some nice filters.
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Old 01 August 2007, 01:35   #40
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Only reason I keep EPSXE on there is cos of the analogue controller support which I've never got working in pSX and the improved GFX which does help some games. Otherwise it would have gone ages ago.
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