DDR-Nintendo - The Legend of Zelda (Techno Version).wav
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Darc Network Best Emulators is great packet of emulators, such as Sony Playstation, Sega, Nintendo 64 and many other.
Excellent stuff for gamers!
This is an emulator for the X-BOX platform. Xeon runs only one commercial game and it is Halo NTSC version, it plays very roughly, the images are too slow to get in game, of course the emulator is still under development so let’s expect more for this great emulator.
If you want to run it properly, it is strongly recommended to have the next:
* Windows XP
* Latest DirectX
* Pentium 4 2.0Ghz
* 1024mb RAM
* Recommended Video Cards: GeForce FX or Radeon 9200 Pro or higher
Chankast is an emulator for the Dreamcast system, it was the first Dreamcast emulator to run commercial games.
This emulator is designed for Windows XP or 2003 it won't work under Windows 9x or ME, and you'll find some problems using it under Windows 2000.
* Pentium 4 with at least 1.6 Ghz
* 256 MB Ram
* Windows XP or 2003 (It won't work under any other Windows)
* Latest DirectX
* Powerful Graphic Card such as Nvidia or Ati
* DC Bios (use search engines to find it)
Saturne is a Sega Saturn emulator that can play commercial games.
That alone should not even make you think, just download![brb]
It's backed up by a brilliant author and each version is a suprice.
Fusion(formerly known as "Kega II" and Kega Fusion)
is a Sega SG1000, SC3000, Master System, Game Gear, Genesis/Megadrive,
SegaCD/MegaCD and 32X emulator for Win9x/ME/2000/XP.
Dolphin is the first Gamecube emulator able to run commercial games! Even at its early stage some games manage to load and run but not perfectly. Please remember that Dolphin is an experimental GameCube emulator so many games might not run and for the ones that do run you will need a strong PC..
* System requirements:
* GFX: Radeon 9500+ series card recommended, but Geforce FX series also work. Expect severe graphics problems with lower cards.
* CPU: The fastest you can find.
* RAM: 256MB or higher strongly recommended.
* Audio: Any Windows/DirectX-compatible soundcard.
Project64 is a Nintendo 64 emulator which at first seemed to have popped up out of nowhere. I had some trouble trying it myself as my PC doesn't meet the steep system requirements of Project64. Yet from what I have seen, if you have the right PC, Project64 will probably work better for you than any other Nintendo 64 emulator.
The system requirements of Project64 are high. Don't expect games to run well or at all if your PC doesn't meet these requirements:
* Pentium III 600 Mhz or better
* 128 Mb. RAM or more
* Fast video card with 16 Mb. Video RAM or more
* Windows 95/98/Me
* DirectX 6.0 (latest version of DirectX recommended)
Project64 works best with these video cards:
* TNT, TNT 2, GeForce, GeForce 2, ATI Radeon
Project64 does not work well with these video cards:
* Matrox G200 and G400 (blending errors)
* ATI Rage Pro (misses some 3D functionality)
* 3DFX Voodoo Banshee (has bad DirectX drivers)
* 3DFX Voodoo 1 or 2 (secondary 3D cards are not supported)
Since the first version of Visual Boy Advance which lacked some major features
(such as an interface), this Gameboy Advance emulator has progressed greatly.
I found compatibility to be quite good and many games were playable.
Actually I didn't have any problems with every game I tried, though I must admit I didn't test a whole lot of games.
The games ran at full speed (with sound) on my Celeron 900 Mhz.,
so if you have a similar or faster PC you shouldn't have any problem either.
A Pentium III 500 Mhz. is the absolute minimum requirement to play games.
The Gameboy Advance is a 32-bit machine so emulating it requires more CPU power.
This is simply the best Super Nintendo available. It's ultra fast and should run at full speed on
any Celeron or faster PC.
It also supports Super Nintendo features which are very hard to emulate
(and which were unavailable just a while ago), like DSP1 emulation (Mario Kart),
SuperFX emulation (StarFox) and now even C4 emulation (Megaman X3)!
These features make ZSNES the most compatible Super Nintendo emulator available.
The sound is also great as ZSNES allows some special tricks like sound interpolation and a low pass filter.
You can get 44khz Stereo sound with ZSNES, but you must have a fast PC for that.
FCE Ultra is back again on this site. When I started this site I added this emulator,
which at that time was only for DOS. But I removed it later again because
I didn't think it was that good. Since that time however FCE Ultra has gone open source
(which means anyone with the right skills can contribute to it) and it has been ported to Windows.
I tried it again after a forum member told me he thought it was good - and he was right:
FCE Ultra has been much improved and is a great NES emulator now.
Unfortunately in November 2002 the author of FCE Ultra, Xodnizel,
decided to stop working on it as he feels most major goals for it were reached and he
has lost the desire to continue to work on it. But don't let this discourage you - although
we may not see any new versions, the last version is still one of the best NES emulators available.
ePSXe is considered to be best Playstation emulator. It plays most commercial games so it wont let you down.