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PlayStation Classic would use the open source PCSX emulator

Soon we will be able to play again with the old glories of the PlayStation era, all thanks to the PlayStation Classic mini console. In this machine we will have pre-installed twenty software more or less famous and all, of course, is ...

NES Emulator for Gamecube hidden for 20 years

20 years: it took so long to discover that a fully functional NES emulator was hidden inside the Gamecube Animal Crossing. If you're one of the lucky owners of the Nintendo Cube, you've probably played ...

Atlus also drops its banhammer

A few days ago we told you about how Nintendo blocked the Super Mario 64 Online project, but the Big N is not the only home that makes itself felt legally ...
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NES Golf emulator found in firmware Switch

It was July when the first modders began to discover the presence of a NES emulator inside the Switch files. All that was known was that the emulator was called "flog". Now, about two ...

Editor for a Day - Let's Talk about Emulators and Consoles

Being the first installment of a column that we hope you will like, let's start with a small presentation. Given the amount of requests, we decided to create this small space dedicated to you readers to allow you ...

Devil May Cry 5, Vergil will be added via paid DLC ...

In the last few hours Capcom, during the Tokyo Game Show 2020 panel dedicated to Devil May Cry 5, announced that Vergil will be playable ...

TGS 2020, gameplay video for Monster Hunter Rise

The Tokyo Game Show 2020 continues at full speed, and this time we are talking about Capcom which showed the first gameplay video of Monster ...

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