Analogue NT Mini

Christian Nguyen
Christian Nguyen

Thoughts on this $500 Nintendo?

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emulation.gametechwiki.com/index.php/Famicom_Color_Palette
firebrandx.com/nespalette.html
analogue.co/pages/super-nt/
wiki.nesdev.com/w/index.php/VRC7_audio

Jack Gonzalez
Jack Gonzalez

500 dollars for a fucking NES?

Kayden Lopez
Kayden Lopez

nigger

Grayson Sanchez
Grayson Sanchez

Yup. I did the math & even factoring in the value of it acting as a flash cart & an RGB modded system for old TVs, it's still $200 too much. just thought I would ask. Does anyone have one of these things?

Jaxson Williams
Jaxson Williams

You are retarded if you buy one.

Mason Edwards
Mason Edwards

install the custom firmware. you now have a master system, gamegear, game boy, nes (+its millions of expansion boards), and a ton of other 8-bit systems. FPGA accuracy allows better-than-original-hardware experience, and RGB out as well as HDMI out gives you the best of the best.

It's not $450 for one system. It's $450 for a ton of systems, 100% compatibility flash carts for each, and hdmi and rgb out. emufags are jelly

Jeremiah Ross
Jeremiah Ross

better than original hardware experience
Emufag detected.

Ryan Gomez
Ryan Gomez

fpga isn't emulation, it's as good as original hardware or better

Austin Baker
Austin Baker

They tick all the autism checkboxes, even added the obscure expansion port. The FDS is actually rather cheap nowadays.
However, 500 bucks for the base system is absolutely retarded.

Jacob Flores
Jacob Flores

Emufags are laughing their ass off at you.

David Taylor
David Taylor

From a hardware perspective, it's pretty neat. It's based on a FPGA, meaning the literal hardware configuration can be changed to match most any other 8-bit system. It's not even emulation, it is actually using the literal original ISA for all these systems with exact accuracy.
Still too fucking expensive, given how cheap consumer-level FPGA setups are.

Grayson Rodriguez
Grayson Rodriguez

the laughter of children is music to my ears

Joseph Nelson
Joseph Nelson

Said the manchild as he blew 500 bucks on an android phone with a cart slot.

Henry Butler
Henry Butler

with exact accuracy.

The audio is't accurate due to lack of lowpas filter if I remember right. If there were a way to fix that it would be perfect.

Jayden Jackson
Jayden Jackson

This is the really appealing part, as opposed to the previous clones or downright Android emulation boxes. If I was a richfag I would buy this device, I'm 100% sure I would be getting more enjoyment out of a NES than any modern game console.

Kevin Flores
Kevin Flores

he thinks a phone is as good as an FPGA
enjoy your overhead and no analog out :^)

Kevin Brooks
Kevin Brooks

don't forget master system, game gear and game boy. And hey, plenty of earlier 8-bit consoles too if you're feeling curious.

Robert Bailey
Robert Bailey

Was the Neo Geo Pocket 8-bit? If he adds that as a core I'd consider it.

Brandon Taylor
Brandon Taylor

You are the one buying an overpriced NES Mini faggo

Julian Martinez
Julian Martinez

last I heard, due to the way the GBA/C functions it was the limit of the FPGA present in the nt mini. I imagine the NGP/C was beyond the limit there, unfortunately.

nes
and master system, sg1000, colecovision, 2600, game gear, game boy, game boy color, gamate, supervision, game king, atari 7800, arcadia 2001, channel F, creativision, odyssey 2, adventure vision, rca studio 2 and videobrain.

Xavier Evans
Xavier Evans

NES - $30
RGB board - $80
Everdrive - $100
Audio Expansion Mod - $1
Total: $211
Don't buy FPGAs for over 5x what their retail prices should be, kids.

Jaxon Morgan
Jaxon Morgan

How is original hardware vs emulation still even a relevant argument let alone conversation. Its hardward vs software, that makes no fucking sense.
DUDE ORANGES ARE BETTER THEN APPLES YOU FUCKING FAGGOT

Cameron Jones
Cameron Jones

master system - $50
everdrive - $100
fm sound unit - $200
starting to see where it adds up yet?

Charles Harris
Charles Harris

Looks lovely, can't wait to try my 300 dollars copy of Zelda II on it, emufags be jelly. I'm gonna post some closeup pictures of my 1989 CRT next, so that you can see the pixels very close.

Asher Foster
Asher Foster

ur not some autistic speed runner faggot are you?

Cameron Cruz
Cameron Cruz

You're not factoring in shipping costs or costs of a soldering iron/flix/wires/etc.

How is original hardware vs emulation still even a relevant argument

Because this is HARDWARE emulation, not SOFTWARE emulation. They literally built a brand new Nintendo out of new parts from the ground up.

Connor Miller
Connor Miller

implying the Master System was ever worth playing to begin with
It bombed for a reason.
Zelda II is like $40 tops for a less-scratched copy, faggot. If you're gonna be a sperg, at least use an accurate one like Color-A-Dinosaur.

Liam Carter
Liam Carter

Why does it cost 500$ to do so?

Hunter Wood
Hunter Wood

its more that its hardware engineered to simulate the entirety of the hardware of the original system.

lol casual, never even touched a SMS or peeled off its sick cellophane protection

William Thompson
William Thompson

I need a shirt that says anime pro on it.

Elijah Harris
Elijah Harris

its $450, and its not just NES RGB/HDMI.

Isaiah Wood
Isaiah Wood

Fine, You build me a new hardware accurate nes. See how much that costs to figure out.

Alexander Gutierrez
Alexander Gutierrez

I know, I just dont understand how it cost 450$ now adays to make

Juan Johnson
Juan Johnson

Not a bad price if it comes with the PVM.

Jayden Morris
Jayden Morris

soldering iron - $20
wire - Free, just go scavenge an old Network cable
solder and flux - $15
Whoop-dee-doo, faggot. I don't factor in shit any hobbyist should have around at all times.

Easton Long
Easton Long

FPGA chips are expensive, and its bloated a bit by analogue being showy and gay. If anything, the FPGA used has dropped in price dramatically. It used to cost around 3000-5000.

Jackson Diaz
Jackson Diaz

its $450

Plus $50 EMS shipping guy.

Angel Rogers
Angel Rogers

<implying the Master System was ever worth playing to begin with
<It bombed for a reason.
fuck you there are lots of great games on SMS.

Zachary Mitchell
Zachary Mitchell

<there were great games on the Master system
doesn't bother to list any

Jordan Nguyen
Jordan Nguyen

<left
Absolutely garbage, looks like a dog pooped on it
right
beautiful, the way the developers intended

Evan Barnes
Evan Barnes

Yeah there's Phantasy Star &…uhhhhhh…alex Kid in Shinobi World!

Cameron Butler
Cameron Butler

tbf, miyamoto himself described the first super mario as the first game he made with a blue sky. if your sky isn't blue, you're getting an inferior experience

Josiah Torres
Josiah Torres

Phantasy Star
Miracle Warrior
Golvelius
Alex Kidd
Wonder Boy in Monster World
Shinobi
Spellcaster
Kensaiden
Zillion
Cloud Master

Landon Myers
Landon Myers

Exactly, emuniggers are jealous of us.

Kayden Gomez
Kayden Gomez

The sky is suppose to be slightly purple.

Juan Anderson
Juan Anderson

Phantasy Star 1-4
Kid Chameleon
Ristar
Sonic
Chakan
Beyond Oasis
Ecco
Vector Man
Thunder Force

Those are just off the top of my head.

Wyatt Thompson
Wyatt Thompson

Enjoy your input lag, uneven screen lighting, shit contrast, and color inaccuracy, faggot.

I'll be over here playing Stalker on a 24" CRT monitor, actually able to see shit without boosting gamma.

Robert Barnes
Robert Barnes

Where do you faggots come from?

Cooper Hill
Cooper Hill

Those are Mega Drive games, user.

Luis Hall
Luis Hall

Look at all those master system games.

Lincoln Thomas
Lincoln Thomas

Oh shit nigga

Matthew Roberts
Matthew Roberts

Ys
Choplifter
Rambo
Black Belt
Outrun
Hang On

Asher Robinson
Asher Robinson

Also, so one of my local hospitals is getting a renovation or some shit. Are PVM's a meme? or should I go and try and see if I can get one?

Nolan Roberts
Nolan Roberts

Not original hardware enough for original hardware fags like me, not cheap enough to please emulation fags. This has a very niche market and I think a big part of the price tag is a markup to make up for that fact. Personally I'll stick with my RGB modded NES. I hope the thing can at least generate scanlines for that HDMI out.

Dylan Williams
Dylan Williams

The Jew Answer

PVMS are worth a ton f money, get one cheap while you can

The Actual Reason
Do you want to play in RGB? No? Then why the fuck do you care?

Henry Bell
Henry Bell

the ntsc picture he's viewing while making the game would make it appear blue.

if they're getting rid of them, get them and release them into the wild while keeping the best for yourself

Kayden Hernandez
Kayden Hernandez

Ys
Why play a half-ass port when you can play it on the TurboDuo version?
Choplifter
Pretty sure there's better versions of this all over.
Outrun and Hang On
Objectively better versions are on the Genesis.

It's like Master System cucks actually enjoy harsh sprite limits, garbage color and shitty sound.

Joseph Thompson
Joseph Thompson

You sure you are replying to me, CRTbro? I love CRTs! True blacks for the win, I love black(s)

Hunter Barnes
Hunter Barnes

This looks better than any NES game

Easton King
Easton King

Get as many as you can, user. All of them. And then share the wealth with your fellow anons while netting a modest profit for yourself. Don't listen to people who accuse you of being Jewish, as long as you're not ratcheting up the price of each one.

Jackson White
Jackson White

I can get three sony models, not sure which ones. What is with the latest drool over RGB anyways?

Jackson Jones
Jackson Jones

So, my NES right in front of me looking purple, & miyamoto himself saying the sky is purple, vs. you on your 2001 era CRT that makes it look blue due to being built to a different spec than what miyamoto designed the game around in the 80's. Really dilates my imagination.

Bentley Allen
Bentley Allen

"looks better"
still sounds like ear rape
Good christ why do Master System games manage to sound more primitive than even the fucking Game Boy?

Adam Clark
Adam Clark

Do you think anyone on 8ch would be interested? I once hooked up an user with a grey cart of Zelda II, think he was from Seattle or something.

David Clark
David Clark

Some 20 or so MS games actually sounded really good.

Robert Morgan
Robert Morgan

RGB sharpens the image considerably, & PVMS/BVMs are purported to have the best color reproduction due to being built to medical/military/newscrew specs. Only people who need to see their games in the most razor sharp clarity bother with playing in RGB.

Christopher Richardson
Christopher Richardson

Get all of them. The drool is that it makes your /vr/ stuff look clean as hell, without resorting to shit like OP's over priced monster. Just don't buy into the SCART meme. You can just build breakout boxes for a fraction of the price.

Ryan Collins
Ryan Collins

latest
it's been a thing people have tried to get since the late 90s for their home consoles in america, its been a thing in europe since the 80s. Retro gaming is only going to get bigger as time goes on, so you might as well get all 3, make sure they work or document any issues, clean them up, sell 2 and keep one.

I wish I had it on me, but there's an old picture of miyamoto playing SMB during the games development on a Sharp brand CRT with an identical blue sky to the picture I posted.

Kevin Cook
Kevin Cook

Retro gaming is only going to get bigger as time goes on, so you might as well get all 3
THIS. The goyim exist to be scalped.

Asher Cox
Asher Cox

Wait, so how would I mod my original nes, pc engine and snes to play on a RGB pvm? Looking at them they are composite and av

Eli Morales
Eli Morales

If I didn't already own a one I would. Plenty of people here would kill to get their hands on an RGB monitor.

I wish I had it on me, but there's an old picture of miyamoto playing SMB during the games development on a Sharp brand CRT with an identical blue sky to the picture I posted.

That could have been from a prototype for all we know. Find it if you can though. Would be interesting to see.

Luke Campbell
Luke Campbell

RGB is an old video standard before component that would split up the signal like component (into Red, Green, and Blue, with a Sync signal) making the image much cleaner than component. Catch is RGB is a rare format which wasn't used in America outside of professional video editing, so this means displays that can handle it aren't common over here (in the UK they're around though as they did see a consumer release, same in Japan though they use JP21 which is RGB but wired different). RGB is the highest quality you can get out of most old consoles before you start getting in to intense mods.

the "build your own break out boxes"/"Beware the SCART mafia!!!" guy is here
Do you just perpetually lurk Holla Forums?

Ryder Garcia
Ryder Garcia

<shitty sound
embed related. remind me does NES have FM?

<TurboDuo
Ys was out on SMS before TurboGraf-16 came out in the US

After Burner
Golden Axe
Alien Syndrome
R-Type
Rastan
California Games
Pro Wrestling
Lord of the Sword

Gavin Sanders
Gavin Sanders

All SNES models aside from the mini can run RGB natively, you just need a cord for it (and possibly an adapter for your PVM or a cord wired for breakout), not sure about the PC engine, the NES you need to get some board from some aussie and wire it in to your system.

Colton Lewis
Colton Lewis

Can I do the soldering myself or do I have to ship it to him?

Aiden Morgan
Aiden Morgan

Some systems don't do RGB natively, but for the ones that do you just plug a scart cable into the system, & then plug that into a euro scart to BNC connector that plugs into the back of the TV. For audio you would plug the audio jacks into an adapter to feed it to external speakers.

Joshua Parker
Joshua Parker

I did a bit more digging and they did the sprite work on a sony cxa2025as which decodes ntsc to have that purple appear more blue. it's pretty well documented by ninten-autists.

buy pic related, install it into an appropriate din connector, enjoy RGB.

yeah, provided you have the knowhow/tools/skill

Levi Hall
Levi Hall

Sick sick, now I know what I am doing my next days off from the factory.

Joseph Richardson
Joseph Richardson

NES requires you buy mod board. Pretty simple install but you must have patience and be capable of repairing traces if you fuck one up. No big deal.

PC Engine can be RGB modded pretty easily, the video processor outputs RGB, it just needs to be amplified. There's guides.

If you have a standard SNES, it's RGB ready already. The Mini needs a very simple amplifier installed. In fact the SNES Mini has the best video, but does exhibit some graphical issues on specific games. They're minor niggles.

William Bell
William Bell

NES: Needs extensive modding to add an RGB board to the console
PC Engine: Needs modding
SNES: Does RGB, but the model with the best rgb signal (the smaller model 2) needs it modded back in.

Tyler Robinson
Tyler Robinson

that tiny ass screen

Adrian Ramirez
Adrian Ramirez

I have the american block snes, the first model or JP of the pc engine and a top loader nes.

Carter Campbell
Carter Campbell

You can do it yourself. I bought it myself. Make sure you're very careful when removing the PPU. I lifted a trace when I did. Nothing I couldn't fix with a little botch wire.

Noah Rivera
Noah Rivera

To be fair the Model 2's RGB signal is not negligibly different from the Model 1 1-Chips, and the 1-Chip doesn't need to be modded to output RGB.

Owen Moore
Owen Moore

If the $500 NES had a SD slot to load "legal backups" it would be worth consideration. I don't have any of my old carts anymore, and I'm not paying collector/scalper prices for games older than the autistic jews selling them.

Julian Anderson
Julian Anderson

Get a flash cart or whatever?

Gabriel Smith
Gabriel Smith

The SNES is good to go, just build a breakout box and you're set. Top loading NES actually has a neat option for it, if you're willing to splurge, to replace the rear panel with a Multi AV Out like the SNES.

Austin White
Austin White

Why can't it have an SD slot? So they can sell another model six months down the line?

Nolan Moore
Nolan Moore

Of those the only one you can get rgb from right now without modding is your snes. The top loader would need an NESRGB board modded into it, & if you want to be really autistic about it, would need one of the firebrandx color palettes flashed to the system for the most accurate colors. I've never personally had an rgb modded pc engine but I've heard they don't do rGB without modding.

Well ok fine. Technically there's a 1chip model snes that does RGB, but modding it back into a Snes Model 2 would be easier than tracking one down.

If the $500 NES had a SD slot to load "legal backups" it would be worth consideration.

It does.

Owen Hill
Owen Hill

This video might answer a few questions.

Jason Moore
Jason Moore

Fucking new-agey hippie douche. He refuses to just up and say "The other two options are too heavily saturated and looked ugly."

Christopher Parker
Christopher Parker

It does.
It says "SD card firmware updating" on their site and explicitly lists Everdrive and Powerpak compatibility, so I'm guessing it won't load ROMs out of the box.

Lucas Perry
Lucas Perry

There's a jailbroken firmware made by the guy who designed the entire FPGA bases console floating out there that allows you to load roms.

Ryan Rodriguez
Ryan Rodriguez

Just remember that when using CRTs, you don't need to spend the fucking $30-$60 for the SCART cables these cucks advertise. I build my breakout boxes using chink SCART cables for a buck and adapting them to RCA jacks.

Chase Parker
Chase Parker

I build my breakout boxes using chink SCART cables for a buck and adapting them to RCA jacks.

You're an adult who grew up with things like shop class. Kids these days won't know what the fuck you're talking about. They don't know hold to solder. They probably wouldn't even know simple safety thing like "solder is filled with fucking lead, wash your hands after handing it".

Daniel Jones
Daniel Jones

Kids these days use emulators.

Noah Moore
Noah Moore

Right. fuck, most people these days didn't even grow up with CRTs. You can't hold them to your standards, since they have none.

Nicholas Reyes
Nicholas Reyes

In that case I have no further complaints, except the price. If this was $250 I'd buy one right now.

Henry Phillips
Henry Phillips

Technically the audio isn't 100% accurate, that's what's keeping me from getting one. well that & the price.

Lucas Rodriguez
Lucas Rodriguez

where do you buy those little cases you store the wiring in?

Isaiah Gomez
Isaiah Gomez

The NES isn't worth playing either.

James Perry
James Perry

I have both original hardware and I also use emulators. There is nothing wrong with using either, stop the useless argument. If you like you original hardware, good for you, you don't get a star or a metal for it.

Asher Phillips
Asher Phillips

China. Get them on ebay for like a buck each. My Genesis cable was unfortunately wired for Cync on COmposite, so I have to monkey with it, see if I can add an S-video jack to pull sync off Luma.

Adrian Cox
Adrian Cox

I like eating innacurate shit and im proud of it nom nom nom
Go back to your emunigger thread.

Hunter Young
Hunter Young

I just said I have both you spic nigger, learn to read.

Daniel Sullivan
Daniel Sullivan

Sure you do.

Bentley Richardson
Bentley Richardson

Read the fucking thread, holy shit. Where do these cuckchan faggots come from. Get banned.

Connor Baker
Connor Baker

Get banned
People don't get banned for wrongthink here, Paco.

Dominic Brooks
Dominic Brooks

They come from Neofag and and other shitholes with their sex-offender overlords fuck up too much.

Mason Clark
Mason Clark

Have fun with that nigger.

Oliver Hernandez
Oliver Hernandez

Why is neofag coming here now? did I miss something?

Adam Wright
Adam Wright

why are people still treating a dead site like a boogeyman?

Robert King
Robert King

Are you implying that I am from Neofag?

Jack Ross
Jack Ross

You mean Holla Forums?

Zachary Williams
Zachary Williams

Holla Forums is usually ignored these days even when it does something it's usually credited to 4chan who is desperate to signal that they are good little boys.

neofags? on 8ch? Never seen one, just people using it as an insult usually in place of an actual argument.

Ayden Long
Ayden Long

Mark made the Neofag thread a week+ cyclical, halfchan banned it, and 8ch got namedropped everywhere. It's not a coincidence that it's been worse here since Neofag blew up. It was like an open invitation for everyone Holla Forums hates to sleep over.

Alexander Bennett
Alexander Bennett

This site is on Alexa's Top 5000 moron.

Nicholas Brooks
Nicholas Brooks

modding it back into a Snes Model 2 would be easier than tracking one down.
Honestly I assumed the Model 2 is rarer, but I guess looking online people are charging more for 1-chips than Model 2s. Jews gotta jew I guess.

Elijah Baker
Elijah Baker

I think its cuz there's less work involved in finding minis. they're obvious what they are, but 1-chips you need to disassemble, they don't require work modding, etc.

weird enough, later SNES revisions have compatibility issues with some games.

Robert Sullivan
Robert Sullivan

It's probably aesthetics. I man MAYBE there's some weird snes accessories that only plug into the model 1, but other than that I've got no clue.

Gavin Flores
Gavin Flores

there's this which 2 games used and you need the correct bike.

Jose Lee
Jose Lee

and my psp can emulate all of them

Parker Reed
Parker Reed

soldering iron - $20
Not a good one, you really should get a good one the shit 20$ ones are barely worth using.

Grayson Murphy
Grayson Murphy

poorly sure

yeah, plus you'll need a sucker and the good one are like $90. Good irons are similar, my Hakko one I got at a discount which normally goes for $130.

Tyler Gray
Tyler Gray

Faggot who's never emulated using a PSP

Noah Ortiz
Noah Ortiz

yeah I toss emulators on there to sell to suckers like you, you idiots pay for a lot of bad crap just because its got epic old games on it. come back to me when you can play a sonic 2 bonus stage lol

Caleb Wilson
Caleb Wilson

to sell
What?

Adam Martin
Adam Martin

people still buy [email protected]@K @@@@@ PSP LOADED WITH 2000 GAMES happily

Thomas Rodriguez
Thomas Rodriguez

You are some sort of scalper?

Charles White
Charles White

nope

Blake Campbell
Blake Campbell

You know right you don't just use a psp for emulation, it's a pretty good system
Well I'm not that sort of retard, I bought a cheap PSP and then CFWd it

Jayden Young
Jayden Young

But that's illegal. Unless you living in russia. Then from phrase "people still buy" scratch the word "people". Enjoy vpn ban btw.

Logan Murphy
Logan Murphy

I love the PSP for its near-native PS1 support, component output, and the PSPs library.

emulation isn't something I care very much about.

Chase Reed
Chase Reed

Eh fair enough, I too see it as a cherry on the cake
emulation isn't something I care very much about.
Weren't you shilling for a $500 emulator just the other second

Ethan Lee
Ethan Lee

fpga is very different from software emulation

Camden Sanders
Camden Sanders

it's still an emulator

Jeremiah Lewis
Jeremiah Lewis

A HARDWARE emulator.

Oliver Morris
Oliver Morris

Which is an Emulator

Ayden Perry
Ayden Perry

its a piece of hardware designed to simulate the function of another piece of hardware of a certain kind

Brayden Cook
Brayden Cook

emufags are jelly
We are? I dunno man, the $450 that's still in my wallet sure is helping to cushion this "crushing" blow.

Brody Jenkins
Brody Jenkins

Enjoy your inaccurate NES games and lack of scanlines.

Zachary Howard
Zachary Howard

Still an emulator

Wyatt Nelson
Wyatt Nelson

will do

Asher Gonzalez
Asher Gonzalez

However will I cope?

Zachary Diaz
Zachary Diaz

You niggers do know that the NES doesn't have an internally defined color palette and will look different on every TV right?

emulation.gametechwiki.com/index.php/Famicom_Color_Palette

Alexander Jones
Alexander Jones

Of course, but you can approximate it very closely through observation. This is probably as close as is possible to what RGB out of an NES would be like if the PPU on the system didn't output nothing but composite.

firebrandx.com/nespalette.html

James Turner
James Turner

For the same price you can get an FPGA board that'll do SNES + special chips when SD loading.
So it's kinda meh even with the CFW, now the console the CFW guy is planning that's another story, it's aiming for the same pricepoint but this time up to the SNES and everything plausible before it, still wouldn't buy it but at-least it's not a complete ripoff.

Jaxson Gray
Jaxson Gray

The problem is most RGB palettes make NES games look way over saturated. Skin tones on certain characters tend to look yellow.

Parker Sanchez
Parker Sanchez

how much they paying you to shill this overpriced garbage? or are you doing it for free?

Lincoln Brooks
Lincoln Brooks

Go away

James Smith
James Smith

We should give away money to yakuza owned videogame companies like good niggers.

Austin Sanchez
Austin Sanchez

CIA NIGGERS I RUN THEM OVER WITH MY CAR

Jose Bell
Jose Bell

$500 on 8bit accuracy
<virtually perfect emulation for 20+ years on everything from Dreamcast to phones
<original hardware can be found for less than $50
$500 to reproduce authentic diarrhea browns and baby food greens, to recreate that nostalgia for the system you couldn't wait to ditch for the Super NES or Genesis
<(but you really wanted a Neo Geo)

Jacob Martinez
Jacob Martinez

Is that hardware fag still here?

Gabriel Gray
Gabriel Gray

This is kind of and old thing now, check out their $189 FPGA SNES analogue.co/pages/super-nt/

Henry Lee
Henry Lee

A step towards hardware preservation, which is nice, but this won't even hook up to a tube TV. It only does HDMI. Would be best if they could reverse engineer the Nintendo Playstation & get full new homebrew releases, but that won't happen.

Easton Williams
Easton Williams

Nintendo Playstation
Hol up

Jayden Roberts
Jayden Roberts

This thing. You would of course need to add a disc drive to the thing. Technically you could just load up roms + .flac files on a flash card, but then there's no point in a disc drive in the first place.

Ethan King
Ethan King

Oh, yeah. HDMI only kinda sucks. And I'd guess that digital to analog video is kind of hard… But this doesn't really need to be hooked up to a CRT really, as hooking it up to a digital monitor won't introduce any lag or ugly scaler effects.

Zachary Morris
Zachary Morris

how

Jason Young
Jason Young

Are you guys fucking retarded? It's not emulation. FGPA IS actual hardware, it's just represented through logic gates that are programmable.

Leo Ward
Leo Ward

the VRC7 mapper chip konami used on this game, witch has a modified Yamaha YM2413 OPLL chip integrated. 6 channels, 2 operators FM. more or less equivalent of the FM chip used in the SMS

wiki.nesdev.com/w/index.php/VRC7_audio

Zachary Roberts
Zachary Roberts

It's a gate array pretending to be actual hardware, Emucuck.

Samuel Thomas
Samuel Thomas

Only used in 1 game

This & Gimmick are so strange. I can;t even say "if only the nes were more popular we would have gotten more games like this" because it was popular as fuck. Really shows what the last few years of the NES were like development-wise.

Dylan Gray
Dylan Gray

NES was pretty good. I am going to retch when they start making FPGA Genesis units that sound like scratchy garbage because nothing can truly emulate a Yamaha FM Synth

Hunter Wilson
Hunter Wilson

designed to simulate the function of another piece of hardware
aka emulation

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