Tag: Emulator

5 best SEGA Genesis emulators, SEGA Mega Drive emulators, and SEGA CD emulators for Android

One of gaming’s first big rivalries was between the SEGA Genesis and the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES). We know that Nintendo ultimately won the rivalry, but plenty of people still enjoyed the Genesis and there were plenty of great games for the system. If you’re aching for some nostalgia and the Genesis is your […]

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15 best emulators for Android

Older consoles are an endearing and memorable part of a lot of childhoods. From the SNES to the PlayStation, there were a ton of amazing, iconic games. Some of them are still good by today’s standards. Many of those games have mobile releases, like older Final Fantasy games. However, many only exist on those older […]

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Dolphin emulator: why it’s still a challenge to run GameCube, Wii games on Android

The team behind the Dolphin emulator for Android has revealed a few challenges that still remain. It revealed that the Nvidia Shield TV out-performs Snapdragon 835 phones in a key scenario, despite the Nvidia device using three-year-old silicon. GPU driver support and aggressive performance management have been cited as two obstacles in the way of […]

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Animal Crossing On GameCube Can Actually Play Any NES Game

Screenshot: Animal Crossing (YouTube) A deleted feature from Animal Crossing for the GameCube would have let you play a library of 8-bit Nintendo Entertainment System games off of your memory card, a passionate and talented fan of the game found out this week. The original Animal Crossing had so many memorable moments. . There was […]

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Android Studio device emulator now works with AMD processors and Hyper-V

Android Studio’s device emulator used to be incredibly slow, even on capable hardware. Google has drastically improved the performance over the past two years, but a few issues remain. The Windows version of the Android Emulator uses HAXM, which only works on Intel processors. That means AMD-powered computers can only use non-accelerated ARM images. At […]

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